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Old 09-16-2011, 03:52 PM   #21
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I keep caulpera and chaeto algae in my refugium along with some live rock and sand. I;m attempting to grow mangroves but they are so tiny! lol
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Old 09-16-2011, 08:55 PM   #23
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Flower pot opened up!
Wow! It looks great! Is it a soft coral?
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It's an LPS. But it can be used in place of an anemone with clowns. What I love is that it also glows with the moon lighting.
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It's an LPS. But it can be used in place of an anemone with clowns. What I love is that it also glows with the moon lighting.
Darn it.....If it isn't soft I can't have it LOL. That's cool that it glows with the moonlight. It is fun to watch the aquarium at night!
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Old 09-16-2011, 09:42 PM   #26
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BTW, I have a 90 gallon reef. Mainly coral. Anyways, I think the only tans that can go in a 90 are Kole Tangs and Two Spot Bristlenoses (both AWESOME Tangs)
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I have the tomini bristlenose and had a Kole. Very cool tangs. You could go with either, my tomini is a little shy but the kole was out and about straight away.
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Well. Here's an update: while I was out today my husband tried to surprise me. I come home and there's two new clowns in my tank and he ordered my skimmer. I loe him to death, I just wanted to wait a little before adding any more fish. Here's my new tank buddies...

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Oh yeah. Did I mention I still have a domino damsel in my tank? Will this be ok? The damsel is about 1/2 the size of the clowns. If not- how is the best way to catch the damsel???
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Cute pair! What a nice surprise, the thought was great! Not sure if the damsel will bother with them yet, but I'd keep my eye on the situation.
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Here's another random question- my new LED lights will be coming in in a few weeks. They don't come with moonlighting however. I have read somewhere that you an use just normal little blue LEDs as moonlighting. Is that true??? If so, is there something specific I should look for? I don't wanna lose the moonlighting
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