We have a fairly large bristle worm in the 120-gallon who occasionally
ventures out in the daytime.
The bristle worm stretches upward, but seldom travels further than this
during the day.
Steve's Coco worm in the 120-gallon tank - from Premium Aquatics.
The snails in the 120 are active egg-layers.
This is a section of the 10-gallon mini-reef.
The moon coral at night, with actinic lighting. It's not really this
blue, but no matter what I did in Photoshop, it stayed very blue. The
green flouresces very brightly during the moonlight (actinic) period.
Digital photo, at sunrise, by Virginia
This is a view of the 120-gallon reef.
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