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Old 07-05-2011, 09:23 PM   #11
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For corals if you are going with the stock lights you can get mushrooms, zoas, leathers or xenia. You will should be able to get some LPS like frogspawn or candycane which I have had good luck with with PC, T5 or MH lighting.

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Any ideas with stock? And whats the easiest way to mix salt? Seems hard to get it at exactly 1.024 or whatever

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