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Old 02-10-2012, 08:25 PM   #901
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Speaking of phyto... Thanks for the tip! I starting feeding daily with phyto and it may just be wishful thinkng, but I'm convinced that already, within a very short time, my corals are growing faster and look better!
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Old 02-10-2012, 08:55 PM   #902
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Speaking of phyto... Thanks for the tip! I starting feeding daily with phyto and it may just be wishful thinkng, but I'm convinced that already, within a very short time, my corals are growing faster and look better!
No problem! Im a firm believer in feeding my corals daily. I know some others don't- but to each their own
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:47 PM   #903
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What is the big light colored stalk in the middle right side? Looks kind of like a goblet.
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What is the big light colored stalk in the middle right side? Looks kind of like a goblet.
What picture are you referring to?
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Old 02-11-2012, 07:53 AM   #905
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Update!

My husband bought this non reef safe wrasse a few days ago and put it in the tank when I wasn't home. Well, I woke up at 4am for no reason and went to get a drink and he was swimming around. I thought about it for a sec and grabbed the net and caught him in like 5 minutes!!! So- he is in a bag and being transferred to my neighbors house in an hour! Woohoo!!!
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Old 02-11-2012, 08:43 AM   #906
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Update!

My husband bought this non reef safe wrasse a few days ago and put it in the tank when I wasn't home. Well, I woke up at 4am for no reason and went to get a drink and he was swimming around. I thought about it for a sec and grabbed the net and caught him in like 5 minutes!!! So- he is in a bag and being transferred to my neighbors house in an hour! Woohoo!!!
Congrats, it must be very hard to catch creatures in a 220g tank. You need to put a lock on the canopy, lol.
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I know you told me before, but I can't find it, what kind of LED's do you have?
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Old 02-11-2012, 01:01 PM   #908
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What picture are you referring to?
It is in the video. It looks like it has a stalk that is about a foot tall and has like a cup at the top. It looks like it is yellow. It is one of the biggest corals in the tank.
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It is in the video. It looks like it has a stalk that is about a foot tall and has like a cup at the top. It looks like it is yellow. It is one of the biggest corals in the tank.
The toadstool?
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Thats it! That thing is awesome! I assume you would need a large tank for that? I really need to make my 140g a saltwater tank!
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