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Old 05-12-2011, 08:18 PM   #141
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MUCH needed update

some picture updates.

Stocklist:
1-staghorn hemit
assorted hermits
assorted snails
1-cowrie
1-tomatoe clown
1-two spot goby
1-clown goby(will be moved to my fluval spec pico)

corals:
massive toadstool leather
4-rics
2-zoa frags
1 mushroom
1- two headed torch (purple)
1- green headed torch
1 cabbage coral
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Old 05-12-2011, 10:13 PM   #142
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That staghorn is HUGE!


I'll be looking out for the pico build, I assume the spec was the one you were thinking of in that thread a while back?


Also, how's the clown doing? I know they can be finicky eaters, and sometimes not eat at all
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Old 05-13-2011, 12:12 AM   #143
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yea he is lol hes very cool and his shell seems to be thriving. yes that was what I was looking for. The clown isa phenomenal eater, he eats any and everything lol
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Old 07-20-2011, 09:26 PM   #144
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been way too long since ive posted on here. The tank has changed alot. rock structure is different and I now have 78 watts of T5 HO over it as well.

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Fish:
-Tomato clown
-Red scooter dragonet
-Green clown Goby

Corals:
-Toadstool leather
-assorted rics
-GSP
-Galaxea
-Mushrooms
-Branching frogspawn
-Torch
-Bubble
-Zoas

Inverts:
-feather duster
-assorted hermits
-assorted snails
-Cowrie


I was wondering what SPS I can keep under my lighting? (96 watts of PC and 78 watts of T5 HO both with reflectors)
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Old 07-28-2011, 08:25 PM   #145
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Old 07-28-2011, 11:50 PM   #146
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I love the bubble coral. Very nice tank!
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Old 08-21-2011, 09:55 PM   #147
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thanks! it has grown quite a bit since my lighting upgrade. So I have the start of a hair algae problem. I dont feed everyday and my lighting is about hours so I cant cut it much do to my corals. i have a emerald crab but he doesnt seem to help much, I also have three astrea snails and hemits. what snails/inverts can I add to help with the problem?
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Old 08-21-2011, 10:34 PM   #148
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First, do you have an efficient protein skimmer in place? You have too many available nutrients in the water. Adding snails won't cure the problem, you need to get the water stripped of the nutrients. If the protein skimmer doesn't help, try adding some contained media like Polysorb. Remove the algae if possible, critters eating it just recycles it and back it grows.
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Old 08-28-2011, 09:54 AM   #149
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Will be adding the hydor slim skim within a week. I've upgraded finally to 156 watts of HO T5, its the solarmax 4 bulb fixture with built in timers and LED displays. I'm very happy with it. Just to clarify, can I now keep and corals/clams I want?
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Looking good to me, start with an easy one to test.
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