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post #11 of 12 Old 03-25-2008, 02:10 PM
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I feel i should warn you that the 3 corals in the photos are all nonphotosynthetic and require alot of supplemental feeding. Beautiful coral however, the chili looks great. The pink coral to the left of the chili is a scleronyphthia and often grows upside down from the bottom shelves and ledges, b/c of this they will often go "limp" and fall over when they are not filter feeding, keep this in mind when adding other corals in the future b/c it is not uncommon for them to damage themselves when "resting" on their neighbors. The orange sun polyps in the back of the one photo looks like a very nice frag, but is a very demanding coral, and it hates the light. If it doesn't open up on a daily basis then that is an indication that it either has too much light or not enough current, just keep that in mind if you decide to move it at any point in time. Hope this information is helpful and keep the pictures coming, tank looks pretty good.
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post #12 of 12 Old 03-25-2008, 03:19 PM
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wow ! your doing great,looks fantastic,
and i love the shrimp.
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