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Old 06-29-2013, 11:01 PM   #11
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You should look for a coral species that glows.
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You should look for a coral species that glows.
Wow, do you have any suggestions. I have a total if 96 watts. I'm interested in Duncan's, frogspawn, candy canes, bird nest so far
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Old 06-29-2013, 11:06 PM   #13
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Are you looking for a certain flourecent color?
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Zoanthids and mushroom corals exhibit amazing flourecent colors
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Are you looking for a certain flourecent color?
Not really, I. Like the greens I've saw on some. I'll look into some more zoas. Mushrooms are really cool 2
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Brain corals are another option but can be difficult to care for
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Brain corals are another option but can be difficult to care for
So I've heard, I want to try my hand at harder corals but that won't be until my tank ages some
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