GlennF's 1500Liter DSR mixed tank (250x80x60wh)

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I love this mixture.
They are all doing very well
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Corals are growing like crazy and consuming every bit of nutrients. Daily nutrient dosing were not sufficient and increase dosings without reinforcing the CUC would induce algae growth. So today i introduced some Dispars anthias, a oximonacanthus longistris and a chelmon rostratus.
The dispars are fun and also a reason to feed more
The longistris is just for fun and the challenge
The chemon is useful to peck away some aptasia.
So we are happy and exited again

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What happens if you throw a supposedly dead goniopora in the garden and let it stand all summer in all weathers, then reuse the "stone" as "elevation" for another coral? Would it come back to life ???

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We are a week further with the Tuka's
They are picky eaters and still very skinny.
I Counted seven this morning (I'm missing 2)
I am very hopeful

The Dispars are doing very well. These have now been introduced for 5 weeks (September 18).
They are well fed and eat very enthousiastically.
1-2 specimens always seem to hide.
I am very happy with these dispars

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I am curious if anyone had dead corals and liverocks out of the water for a few months and placed back into the tank come back alive?

Can corals survice this ordeal?

A had a assumed dead goniopora "rock" reused from a heap in the garden and used it as a pedastal for my duncanopsammia.

After a few days it turned out a surprise.
This was september 8, 2020
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