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What corals are you keeping. (Majority)


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bradreef

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Just wanted to get an idea of what people are keeping. feel free to post why or if you switched from something.
 
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spongebob lover

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well so far almost all of my rocks are full of little mushroom, pulsing xenas, ohh and green plants everywhere which are called money plants and the other ones are called grape plants i believe :p ( i just know they grow fast and they are anoying ) :p
 

NaH2O

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I voted for SPS, since that is what my tank will be full of....eventually.
 

mojoreef

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Brad I have what the kids call the Borg cube. Its a frogspaw that is almost 3 feet across, over a hundred heads.

tank looks great lizardarm


Mike
 

bradreef

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mike I will bring over a dremel and you can sell it for $5 per head. I think it is time to let go. JBNY has a third of his 180 dedicated to his frogspawn.
 

reefaddict

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corals kept

my most common coral in my tank is algeous hairious which i haven't figured out if it is an sps ,lps,or softie. it is soft to the toch and it billows in the flow of the tank like it is blown by unseen winds. very beautiful. I am having trouble keeping it because i have 3 tangs in my 125 that seem to like eating it. I did not know tangs would eat coral like that. The reduction of this beautiful coral has exposed some other items in the tank i did not know i had, acros,zoos, ricordia,brain,pagoda cup,crocea clam. As more items are exposed, i will let you know what else i find!






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spongebob lover

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thank you Brad, i didn't know what kind of plants they were exactly.
I also forgot to mention that i have lots of zoos wich i wish i could trade them or sale a few of them, but since i have flatworms i'll wait until hopefully those worms go away :) .
Lizardarm your tank looks awesome.

Gaby
 

bradreef

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spongebob you could try and frag those and keep the frags worm free. what are you doing to deal with the flatworms?
 

spongebob lover

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hey Brad, excuse my english but i don't know what do you mean by frag the zoos.
About the flatworms i used to have a 6 line wrass, but he got eaten by a mantis shrimp :( , so now i just lower the temperature of my tank to 72- 75, i vacuum them as much as i can (even though they are like rabbits, so it's like if i never do it :( ), i have my skimmer running the whole time, and i don't feed my fishes to much food.
Ohh and when they are on the glass i use the magnet in order to grab as many as i can and i take the magnet out and wash it in the sink, then i put the magnet in the tank again and wait until there's more flatworms on the glass :p .
 
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