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Old 05-18-2004, 02:56 PM   #11
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Thats great to hear, and thats how you run a business. Satisfy the customer and he'll be back!!!

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He definately has my business!
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Old 05-18-2004, 06:06 PM   #14
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Very good business. That kinda thing will definetly get return customers... How is the New one doing so far?

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How is the old one doing?
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LOL I guess I could have asked how Both of them were doing.. LOL...

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I just got home and am drip acclimating the new one now. As soon as i have dripped a gal or so of water into the bucket i will add 40 drops of Lugols and soke the old and the new ones in the dip.
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Here is a pic of the old BirdsNest coral. I took this at 7:20PM tonight. I got the coral on Sat.
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with moderate to light flow
These corals need very high flow/turbulent water. The structure of their polyps turns their flesh almost velvety - 'velcro-y', and they are very subject to accumulating algae & detritus because of this. If the current/water movement is not sufficient to flush this from the coral, they can easily succumb to RTN.
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Thanks for the replies. Here is a pic of the 2 birdsnest corals in my tank. I have them directly under a 175watt MH Bulb and a PW pointing directly at them. I have oredered 2 new Maxijet 1200 to add the tank for more flow.
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