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Old 03-31-2015, 06:10 PM   #111
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No personal experience. If memory serves, they are collected from two different areas. I want to say Australia and I don't remember...maybe the red sea...but the ones that aren't from Australia just do awful in the home aquarium and always die.
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Old 03-31-2015, 08:43 PM   #112
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That's good to know. I'll make sure to look out for that if I decide to get one. I've wanted one for a while but always shyed away due to aggression and longevity issues that I've heard about. I'm thinking it might be time to try one out since I think I have a great spot for one in the tank now.

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If you do, put a ton of time/effort in making sure you get an aussie so you have some longevity in your investment.
How are the radions doing? Anything neat with your schedule?
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If I get one I'll the LFS I go to will make sure they bring in exactly what I ask for. They're awesome and have always done right by me ☺

The radions are doing great so far. I just have them on the high growth setting right now but it is a little to white for my liking so I might change it. I haven't played around with the settings shop in not sure if I can modify the program to match the color temperature that I like. All the corals opened up nice and big today so they are responding really well already.

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With the reeflink, you can do WHATEVER you want. I took all red out of my lights, for example.
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Old 04-01-2015, 12:21 AM   #116
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Hmm I will have to mess around with it some more then. I usually keep my lights in the 14k- 16k range but right now I think it's around 10k-11k.

Just wondering, why did you remove all the red?

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Algae struggles. Just can't kill it off. Minimal effect, if any, but I do like the colors better. I wish I could, or knew how to, take a picture of the graph and show it off.
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Screenshot it

I was able to get my color temp adjusted to 14k so now I'm much happier with the appearance. I have both the Nuvo and the 120g synced up on lights so the corals should be getting pretty much the same exact lighting regardless of what tank they're in.

I have seen no evidence of any nudibranchs on any of my zoas nor have I found any signs of eggs so hopefully that issue is close to under control. I have seen some zoa pox on a couple of the colonies but that seems to be going away by itself. I do have some furan just in case it doesn't resolve itself though.

Should I keep the zoas in QT for another week? Two weeks?

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I found a new baby bubble coral growing next to my big one





Would it be ok for me to frag it off and move it?

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Now that I have these I shouldn't need any new hardware for the tank for a long time!



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