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Old 10-24-2011, 06:33 PM   #91
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Ya that would definatly rake it all up
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Old 10-24-2011, 06:35 PM   #92
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Some corals that don't require high lighting are Xenia, Mushrooms, Leathers and Zoas.
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Cant use ammonia with any surfecants in it. :-( ace hardware sells janitorial strength ammonia for like $3 a quart which is way more than you'll need.
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Ya is this a reef? If so what lighting are you using "needmorecowbell" (i felt really stupid typing that lol) Redsea, what kind of lighting do these corals need?
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Cant use ammonia with any surfecants in it. :-( ace hardware sells janitorial strength ammonia for like $3 a quart which is way more than you'll need.
Why didnt he use the raw shrimp method?
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Ya is this a reef? If so what lighting are you using "needmorecowbell" (i felt really stupid typing that lol) Redsea, what kind of lighting do these corals need?
No sure exactly. All I know is that they are low-light to moderate light corals.
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Lol a lot of posts to reply to haha I'll start...
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Some corals that don't require high lighting are Xenia, Mushrooms, Leathers and Zoas.
Yep I'm going to have those, and maybe a candycane
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No sure exactly. All I know is that they are low-light to moderate light corals.
Ah thank you. Ill look into those if i ever get some adequite lighting
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Cant use ammonia with any surfecants in it. :-( ace hardware sells janitorial strength ammonia for like $3 a quart which is way more than you'll need.
Ehh, okay I'll get some I have one that I can bike to.. In 40 degree weather :/
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