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Old 12-01-2009, 10:53 AM   #11
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Just last week I transferred from my 45 to my 75. I did all I could to insure that the temps and pH were compatible. I even cut my Colt Coral in three pieces as I tranferred it; but then again Colts are pretty hardy.

One thing I did do was to transfer in some of my mushrooms and observed their behavior. The seemed to acclimate just fine so I transferred everything else:
2 Toadstool Leathers (I also separated them at the truck)
Colony of polyps
Colony of Mushroom
Everything appears to be thriving!
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On my corals I just float the bag and then put them on in. Never had a problem before.
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I never aclamate mine either, Just straight in. never had any die, And they all seem to be growing to quick. :P

EDIT: I actually did aclamate my anemone, Over 20 mins, I added one cup of my water every 5 mins. He seems to be doing very good.
Anemones are different the inverts have a very complicated vascular system and much be aclamated or they will die
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alrighty then lol looks like this transfer will be easier than expected lol
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