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the

EOS

tank


2017

The EOS tank had to be reshaped in a jiffy to accomodate extra corals from the Aegis tank... Several species of Caulerpa will now have to be grown in other tanks... Fortunately we have two tanks currently being cycled and a third one soon to be... So let the magic begin and see the wonders that will now be on permanent diplay in this one !! 

Muriceopsis flavida

Purple Frilly Gorgonian

Photosynthetic Coral

Planktonic & Particle feeder

DAY ONE

the EOS TEST: Passed

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Sinularia sp.

Cabbage Leather Coral

most toxic of all leather corals

Photosynthetic Coral

Planktonic feeder

DAY ONE 

the EOS TEST: Passed

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Rhodactis sp. 

Anemone

Innocent Looking Toxic Predator

DAY ONE 

the EOS TEST: Passed

Sinularia sp. 

Finger Leather Coral

Photosynthetic Coral

Planktonic feeder

DAY 4 

the SURVIVAL TEST: Passed

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It's the best focus I could get on video of the 'Pods... yet !

Eos is quite busy supervising what is slowly becoming his new surroundings and his dedication is remarkable...

He also unknowingly contributes to a whole new process going on...

The interaction in the maintenance of Acorns, Tube Worms and Bryozoans who greatly reduce the growth of GHA (more on that later).

Eos is a very powerful fish and his tail can send mulm produced in swirls all around tank which benefits many (as I said... more later).