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Old 11-02-2004, 01:08 AM   #11
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That is absolutely beautiful, my LFS told me that Percs will do that with certain nennies, I have a perc as well
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:18 AM   #12
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i have no idea if u have digital camera and can post a pic maybe i could help, otherwise if it is a soft coral, than yes there is a chance the flame will nible the polyps/mucus. On the bright side most soft corals aren't as demanding as large polyp stonies and SPS corals.
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:20 AM   #13
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some perc can be picky, and some perfer certain anenomes, be careful though true anenomes can be tough a good starter anenome is the bubble tip, and many clowns like it, but never put one in unless the tank is at leaste a year old.

thanx for the compliment
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:24 AM   #14
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If you are going to be up for a minute I will send a picture of them going ot get my wife camera.
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Lighting: 3 x 250W MH 20K | 4 x 36" Actinic

Polyp/Coral/Rock: Pulsing Xenia | Ricordia Florida | Star Polyps | Button Polyps | Red & White Carnation Sponge | Small Hard Colt Tree | Brown Meat Coral. 120lbs of LR

Fish: Huma Huma Trigger | Yellow Tang | Royal Gramma | Cleaner Goby | 4 Four Stripe Damsels | 1 Three Stripe Damsel | 2 Domino Damsels
Large Red Crab | Hermits |Snails, etc.

39 Gal
Lighting: 30" 50/50 PC | 30" Single Actinic
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Polyp/Coral/Rock: Green Eyed Zoos | Colt Tree | 50+lbs of LR

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Old 11-02-2004, 01:25 AM   #15
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Why the year by the way? Is this something that Turbo Start can not fix or speed up?
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4 - Maxi-Jet 1200 Wavemaker Pro
1/3 HP Chiller | 25W UV | Seaclone Skimmer

Lighting: 3 x 250W MH 20K | 4 x 36" Actinic

Polyp/Coral/Rock: Pulsing Xenia | Ricordia Florida | Star Polyps | Button Polyps | Red & White Carnation Sponge | Small Hard Colt Tree | Brown Meat Coral. 120lbs of LR

Fish: Huma Huma Trigger | Yellow Tang | Royal Gramma | Cleaner Goby | 4 Four Stripe Damsels | 1 Three Stripe Damsel | 2 Domino Damsels
Large Red Crab | Hermits |Snails, etc.

39 Gal
Lighting: 30" 50/50 PC | 30" Single Actinic
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:30 AM   #16
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a reef can take months to establish, and even longer for us hobbists to truly understand how to keep it stable. After about a year the tank is pretty well stable, and by then most people learn a lot of lessons. Chemocals are never a true good answer to any aquarium hobby. They gloss over a problem, not fix it. The reason the tank dosent establish is because Live rock, adding new fish, and filter matruation cause swings in your water. Moreover exp. teaches you alot
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:32 AM   #17
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I understand!
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Lighting: 3 x 250W MH 20K | 4 x 36" Actinic

Polyp/Coral/Rock: Pulsing Xenia | Ricordia Florida | Star Polyps | Button Polyps | Red & White Carnation Sponge | Small Hard Colt Tree | Brown Meat Coral. 120lbs of LR

Fish: Huma Huma Trigger | Yellow Tang | Royal Gramma | Cleaner Goby | 4 Four Stripe Damsels | 1 Three Stripe Damsel | 2 Domino Damsels
Large Red Crab | Hermits |Snails, etc.

39 Gal
Lighting: 30" 50/50 PC | 30" Single Actinic
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:37 AM   #18
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ill be on for about 20 min's if u can get the pic
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How big of a file can you accept
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Lighting: 3 x 250W MH 20K | 4 x 36" Actinic

Polyp/Coral/Rock: Pulsing Xenia | Ricordia Florida | Star Polyps | Button Polyps | Red & White Carnation Sponge | Small Hard Colt Tree | Brown Meat Coral. 120lbs of LR

Fish: Huma Huma Trigger | Yellow Tang | Royal Gramma | Cleaner Goby | 4 Four Stripe Damsels | 1 Three Stripe Damsel | 2 Domino Damsels
Large Red Crab | Hermits |Snails, etc.

39 Gal
Lighting: 30" 50/50 PC | 30" Single Actinic
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im done for tonight try posting see what others say ill check it out tomarrow good night and good luck
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