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diana a

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Nice! They had a sale last friday on R2R and I didn't know until today that it happened. Love their corals
 

john90009

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I took home one of the wwc og bounces. I have tried two so far and they both shriveled and died so hopefully third times a charm especially since it will be in the big tank.
 

john90009

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The lid for my reef finally came in and it’s fit quite nice. Was a bit expensive but it’s worth it being that it’s all strong acrylic and won’t dry out.
 

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john90009

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Here is a rescue shot. This favia was the first coral thrown in the tank. It was once my favorite favia however after getting abused for months straight from mushrooms and zoas and gsp I finally found a piece that was under a rock and have a few heads still with tissue. Here it is when I first added it to the bigboy and then now today. Still plenty to go before this one gets happy.
 

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Here is a rescue shot. This favia was the first coral thrown in the tank. It was once my favorite favia however after getting abused for months straight from mushrooms and zoas and gsp I finally found a piece that was under a rock and have a few heads still with tissue. Here it is when I first added it to the bigboy and then now today. Still plenty to go before this one gets happy.
Really nice Favia John!!!
 

john90009

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I am certainly not a softy guy but I do like these shrooms and favia.
 

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john90009

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Bangai has also been holding eggs for awhile
And one made it’s way to the sump- it’s crazy how tiny this little guy is, there’s isopods the size of him.
 

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john90009

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So on the waterbox I ended up getting Dino’s after rap, in my other tanks they normally appear and end up dying off or I adjust the whites lower or completely off to stop it. However on the big tank when I cut the white leds completely off my ph barely went up as it normally had done for months so I took it that the corals themselfs were even photosynthesizing and that would lead to death inevitably. So I put the whites back on however just at a very reduced level like 10 percent. I am looking into throwing a uv sterilizer on the tank and run some pump from my cheato section to feed it and then have the output in the return section. Anyone have any recommendations for a small/compact one? Avoiding coralife since they rust. And I need to fit it somehow in the sump.
 

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john90009

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Dinos are subsiding without the water change and the corals are looking a lot happier that things are falling back into balance. Here’s two shots from my biocube.
 

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