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Old 12-07-2009, 02:26 PM   #1
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Smile First Corals for my first ever reef tank!

Zoas and frogspawn under my actinics and current usa powerbrite LEDs. What do you guys think? Good starter corals for $70? My LFS guy and I are good buddies. I help take pics of his tanks he hooks me up Be honest how do they look?
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Looks pretty darn good. Like to see them under the white light also.
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Ditto. On both counts.
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Ill get you some with the whites on tonight after work. Thanks. All I have in the tank now are two ocellirus (spelling) clowns, and a sailfin tang, brittle start and bunch of snails.
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looks nice. good luck with them.
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nice! How big is your tank.
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Display tank is about 120. Sump is a 30g acrylic
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