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Old 08-02-2009, 03:07 AM   #31
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Yep thats what i've been told so im going to shut that stuff off once i get the LR. Im doing the LR cycle since im getting uncured LR. Btw, just incase you didnt know, i have two koralias. idk you just said koralia shoul dbe good for flow, so i didnt know if you knew or not lol. Btw i was looking at your build thread and seriously, your 55 was amazing. completely amazing.

I also meant to ask you, were did you get the Armor of God zoas? Honestly i really want those corals. They are my favorite out of all the zoas.
I got them from a Local Reefer for Free... I both about $60 dollars worth o coral frags and he threw in a couple for free and Armor of God was one of them.. I love that one and My African Blues..
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Old 08-02-2009, 03:09 AM   #32
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Yeah Armor of God is awesome. Also, i haz a question about those frogspawns and the Xianths or whatever those things are. Well in any case, do those corals take hold of the rocks around them or do you have to glue them down.. because i know you mentioned something about epoxy.
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Well the Frogspawn I had to use some Epoxy to get it to stay but the Xenia Will attach itself to a piece of live rock as long as it is tied down with like a piece of rubber ban or something but it would take less than 24 hr for it to grab hold.
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So like frogspawn.. will it EVER attach itself to rock? or no.. lol
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Frogspawn no they are already attached to there Skeleton so you would have to attached them to a LR piece and watch them grow.
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Old 08-02-2009, 03:25 AM   #36
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Here is something cool you can see on how Hammer Corals can grow over 16years in the same tank...

Largest Coral I have ever seen - UberFrags
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Oh cool. So right now, if im going to be getting corals like frogspawn or hammer etc.. then im going to be needing some aquarium safe epoxy right?
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Yeah.. But you might want to get a couple tubes just in case.
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True, i figured i was going to need more anyways lol. Btw, i dont know if you have any experience with gobies that burrow in the sand or not.. but like.. how do they do it without the sand caving in on them? Because i stuck my finger in my sandbed and like.. when i pulled my finger out of the sand it all caved in and went back to normal..
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Well once your rock work is established they;ll find there way in and out. there always at work so there cool to have cause they'll stir your sand and keep it live.
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