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Old 03-16-2006, 09:32 PM   #11
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Seaham that sounds like my 125! HEHE! That's a good spot for the Kenya's if you know what I mean!
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Old 03-16-2006, 10:04 PM   #12
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I have given one to just about every member in the reef club... They are the gift that keeps on giving... Most people in the club now have Kenya Farms now also..
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Nice! Great way to help cut the cost of this $$$ hobby
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Old 03-17-2006, 06:37 PM   #14
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I just traded 4 frags of xenia for this no name skimmer. I had the world famous seaclone in there waisting perfectly good electricity so I made the deal.

Its powered by a rio 6100 which I had from my old tank. The picture is from running just one day. I figured it would take a few days to break in. Just goes to show you want the clone was not doing.
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oh yea, I get between $5 and $15 depending on how large the frag is.

Check these out. Maybe get some new bulbs for the tank with some of these.

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Very nice! Good deal!
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Old 03-17-2006, 10:42 PM   #17
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Hey nccmike,

Very impressive. Can you tell me the specs of your tank? Water movement, lighting, filtration, what addatives (if any) you use, how often you change water....

I just like to get that sort of info from people who are obviously successful at reefkeeping to see what I can improve upon.

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Lance. All you need is xenia. It will grow like that wether you want it to or not.
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Really? I could swear I read an atricle a few years ago saying that the pulsing xenia was fragile and difficult to keep... I haven't been following reefing stuff much recently. My tank got stable and I just wasn't adding things so I stopped reading. Forwhatever reason i feel like improving it now.
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A 1" frag of xenia will grow to the size in that pic in about 3 or 4 months in a well maintained tank. If you maintain salinity, ALK, CA, and PH at correct levels as well as doing reg WC you should not have a problem with any "normal" corals if you have correct lighting. stability is the key.
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