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Old 08-08-2014, 06:48 PM   #1
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Frag lot on hold - planning placement

There is a small coral store in town that posted some "lots" on sale. I have one he is holding for me until my tank finishes cycling/stabilizes, 6 frags for $50 - hope to get them in two more weeks. I have put them in a picture collage with notes based on my research if their care. Let me know if you think my planning looks right. I have a 14 gallon coral life biocube with stock lighting, 2 weeks into start up, using 13 lbs cured live rock and live sand. ammonia has been at zero this week and nitrates and phosphates are declining (10 and 1 respectively at this mornings test). Most of these looked to be hardy/good for beginner corals. (Compact fluorescents). Click image for larger version

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I think your pretty spot on with your collage lol. Acan lords are pretty low light and tend to produce better colors when a bit shaded


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Ok, good info. That was the one I couldn't find much info about except that it was more difficult! I'll place it in a lower spot to start with. Can you tell I'm trying to occupy myself until I can really start stocking!! Ahhh! Worse than a kid waiting for Christmas!


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Ok, good info. That was the one I couldn't find much info about except that it was more difficult! I'll place it in a lower spot to start with. Can you tell I'm trying to occupy myself until I can really start stocking!! Ahhh! Worse than a kid waiting for Christmas!


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