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  1. LPS Coral Forum
    I just transferred everything from my 55 gallon to my 90 Gallon tank and it's day three. Everything seems to be doing just fine. This morning I woke up and checked the tank and noticed that my Candy Cain Coral had some damage on the one side. I also noticed that the sweeper tentacles on the...
  2. LPS Coral Forum
    I went on a trip for a bit longer then planned, and I came back to a missing goby, some algae and the beginnings of high Nitrates and Phosphates. My brain coral got covered in algae to the point where the soft tissue in the center of each section started to disappear. Now, there are only two...
  3. LPS Coral Forum
    Heres my new addition and under 4 t5's in a 55g will it be fine at the bottom? The color looks great sweeper tentacles come out very far from the base at night some seen as much as 3 inches out. Also had a question about growth and given its odd shape that resembles a ghost with a ball top and...
  4. Atlanta Reef Club
    Hey all, I have some Tunze parts that I would like to trade for either corals or frags. - 1 Tunze 6100 Transformer: If you have a 6000, you just swap out the transformer with this one and you will then have a 6100. - 1 Tunze 6000 Transformer: Same as above, except you can step down from a...
  5. General Reef Discussion
    I came up with the following list last night while looking through "a pocketexpert guide - Marine Invertebrates". The following corals require "moderate" light and not a lot of supplemental feeding; I'm looking for easy maintenance @ this point. I don't want to deal with chemical warfare...
  6. Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society
    I've deceided to close shop. Everything must go! New & used has to go! I haven't set a time that I'll totally be shut down, so we'll be here for at least a couple of months.
  7. TCMAS
    I have a trumpet coral and a closed brain coral and I want to start direct feeding them. What and how?
  8. General Reef Discussion
    Thank you for all the info on my last post. My brain seems to have not made it, but after testing all my parameters all are within normal limits. My other brain seems to be doing fine and my xenia has since reopened, as well as my leathers and favia. So not sure what happened there. Seems I...
  9. General Reef Discussion
    I'm having a hard time identifying this brain using the 500+ book. The LFS called it a Lobo but I'm not sure. It's the way that the polyps are open to each other instead of being individual that's throwing me. There are 6 polyps total and 5 are kind of melted together. I also tryed target...
  10. General Reef Discussion
    I just recently bought a Fox Face and as it seems to be doing ok, eating up all the cyano he will change colors on a regular basis. He will be all yeallow, then turn kinda brownish in certain areas. He Also will get brown dots all over his body usually going away daily. Does anyone know what...
  11. General Reef Discussion
    Hey everybody, Quick question . . . I went to the lfs this weekend . . . and ended up coming home with a closed brain coral (goniastrea). I couldn't help it . . . it just looked so cool. Anyway, . . . the question . . . the guy at the store said that they would do well under moderate light...
  12. Advanced Archive
    I was thinking this might be a good topic. Is competition, speaking primarily about corals, good or bad? In our economics we generally believe that competition strengthens the individual businesses. Without driving businesses out of business, it usually stengtens everything, right? I was just...
  13. Water Chemistry Archive
    I have a simple question about my tanks alkalinity. My 29g ph is 8.1 and a dKH of 13 with calcium at about 425. I've read that the alkalinity should be between 7-10 dKH. Is mine too high and if so what's the best way to lower it. I have coraline alge growing but has seemed to slowed down...
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