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Old 09-03-2011, 08:05 PM   #561
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Get some base rock from Reef cleaners. That is what I did. And Tdwright, I am planning on a clam and will take that for my toolbox...
you can always find coke bottles , and its so easy to grow your own phyto, just use a couple of coke bottles half strength salt water and a 26 watt compact, I add 5mil of mirical grow and split the culture every few weeks, as i use it, I could do more but its been growing great for two years now.
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Old 09-03-2011, 08:06 PM   #562
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Ok. He moved stuff around, and now I see this. Thoughts??
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Old 09-03-2011, 08:17 PM   #563
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Type of soft coral, don't know the name, but I have some. Have a green center when they open and have lil wavy tentacles....
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So they're ok? Since we don't have all the lighting we want are they gonna survive?
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Old 09-03-2011, 08:21 PM   #565
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are there any worms or feathers coming out of it? or maybe some type of tunicate or sponge. probably good.
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green star polyps?
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Nothing coming out of it. Just little tube looking guys
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I think your lights would be ok for green star polyps, If thats what they are, mine are more purple and not as open tubed.
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any case whatever it is its just the beginning of things you'll find, I can find something new everyday in mine. even after not adding anything for years.
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any case whatever it is its just the beginning of things you'll find, I can find something new everyday in mine. even after not adding anything for years.
Ha. Just another way to save us money. Free stuff!
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