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Hi Guys


Just sharing a few Pictures of my Pride and Joy

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Looking great Junz! Please see my comment on your other thread...... (regarding the regal).

Just one more thing (sorry - I am trying to help and spare you a lot of heartsore in the future), the carnation coral (scientific name: dendronephtya), needs to be fed a LOT of micro plankton, ie. "CORAL FOOD", for it to be sustained, otherwise they just wither up and die.

I like your lighting - what globes (type and wattage) do you have all?

Otherwise - your tank is looking really nice. I too like the aqua-scaping!

Good going mate!
 
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Looking good. Copy Shaun and JB on the need to feed Tubastrea and Dedronephthya. Updates are expected:)
 
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Howsit guys

i haven't been active for a while...so i thought il come back with a bang!
here are some pics on the progress of my tank
FTS first then some closeups

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blueclam.jpg

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Looks very nice :thumbup:

Do you target feed the suncoral? Looks like it's dying :(
 
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to be honest tobes, i have neglected the sun coral recently, will be getting it back to its former glory soon,
 
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Thanks guys, yeah i love those clams as well, got them from lanzo yesterday.

Scuba, i like the look of BB esp when it comes time to clean... but i bought a bag of aragonite yesterday , will be putting a very thin layer on (1-2cm ) and see how it goes from there
 
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Scuba, i like the look of BB esp when it comes time to clean... but i bought a bag of aragonite yesterday , will be putting a very thin layer on (1-2cm ) and see how it goes from there
Nice, it will look awesome.:)
 

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