45 JBJ reemles

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And some fish pictures as well...:)
 

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This guy are temperature acclimating now.
Let’s see how they will look in my tank
 

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The pieces are really nice I’m just trying to figure out where they can go better...
 

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The little chalices garden is out nice thanks god...
I just don’t know where to put the last 2 I got yesterday..
but they are really nice.
I wander if there is a way to remove the Orange mushrooms that it’s in that rock without damage the foot.
 

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john90009

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For the ricordea, if you can find a small rock that you can wedge in the whole and force the ricordea to squeez up and out, as it constantly touches that rock that you forced blocking its way, the stalk will start to stick to that rock over time. Once it is firmly attached you can remove it and the original foot will sprout a new one.other then that, it’s a risky hammer and chisel operation that won’t turn out how you want.
 
For the ricordea, if you can find a small rock that you can wedge in the whole and force the ricordea to squeez up and out, as it constantly touches that rock that you forced blocking its way, the stalk will start to stick to that rock over time. Once it is firmly attached you can remove it and the original foot will sprout a new one.other then that, it’s a risky hammer and chisel operation that won’t turn out how you want.

I forgot thanks... ;)
 
Flame angel back to the stores and one less headache... and remove some sps to top.. this pink setosa was beer stoned by other piece a few weeks ago and now look like is ready to be back 100 %
 
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