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Old 03-19-2014, 11:30 PM   #51
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I see no problem with that, the damsels may turn aggressive, but bio load wise it's ok
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Old 03-20-2014, 08:35 AM   #52
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Your bioload seems good.

By fluttery do you mean waving tenticals? If so, the euphilia family is what you want to look at.

(I'm pretty sure I spelled euphilia wrong.)
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Your bioload seems good.

By fluttery do you mean waving tenticals? If so, the euphilia family is what you want to look at.

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Thanks. That isexactly whati waslooking for. What type of lighting requirements would these have?

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My ammonia dosing this morning.

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Since its later in the day, I'll test it again in the morning.

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Thanks. That isexactly whati waslooking for. What type of lighting requirements would these have?

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Euphies like moderate lighting and low to moderate flow. Frogspawns and hammers are a little less aggressive than the others and can usually live within touching range of each other
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Euphies like moderate lighting and low to moderate flow. Frogspawns and hammers are a little less aggressive than the others and can usually live within touching range of each other

+1. Perfect description.
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So I re tested my levels this morning after dosing it yesterday. I'm just note getting around to posting it but here is what I got.

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Looks cycled to me.
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That's what I was thinking too. Odd but I'll take it.

What should the first thing I put in it be? I'm thinking some of the inverts as I'm seeing more aiptasias and don't want to do coals until that's under control.

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I would say add a peaceful fish as your first inhabitant. Also aiptasia x works great.
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