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Ice Fire

A centre piece. It's smack in the middle, receiving optimal flow and light. I see a few new branches forming.... :wub:

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Very nice coloration and photos!


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Thanks!

Here's a Montipora Capitata. It's been with me for over a year. Interesting growth form. Creamy-yellow body with purple polyps.

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A close-up of the capitata.

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On 5/31/2020 at 4:46 PM, danano said:

Ice Fire

A centre piece. It's smack in the middle, receiving optimal flow and light. I see a few new branches forming.... :wub:

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:wub::wub: Guru :bow:

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On 5/24/2020 at 1:16 PM, danano said:

Ash, the gravel consists of a mixture of 40% course sand (approx size 2-3mm) and 60% coral chips/crushed coral (5-10mm). Just a thin layer for aesthetics. Sand for the wrasses.

Ok. got it.

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Posted (edited)

Miyagi Tort sprouting new tips and branches :yeah:

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Weekly 5g water change with RODI mixed with TM Pro-Reef. After finishing one blue bucket of RS salt in March, decided to give TM a try. SPS continuing to show good growth and colouration.

Key parameters tested just before the water change.

Ca 405ppm

Alk 7.0 dKH

Mg 1350ppm

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1 hour ago, Evolutionz said:

Those colors!! Any particular reason for the change in salt?

I've used TM before, for the 110g. A salt I'm familiar and had good success with. So just thought I'd give it a go again. 

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The elusive Pom-Pom Crab. It ventured out this evening, seeking shelter beneath the Montipora Setosa.

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To close for comfort, red table kissing the purple bonsai. It's time to bring out the coral cutter.

 

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18 hours ago, danano said:

The elusive Pom-Pom Crab. It ventured out this evening, seeking shelter beneath the Montipora Setosa.

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Lovey shot. Yeah...they are very elusive. 

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Thanks Leon. I hadn't seen the Pom-Pom in over two months, then surprise surprise :yeah:

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On 6/7/2020 at 5:19 PM, danano said:

To close for comfort, red table kissing the purple bonsai. It's time to bring out the coral cutter.

 

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frags for sale? :yeah:

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On 6/28/2020 at 7:49 PM, jowybk said:

nice sps u got!

Thanks! Doing what I can to bring out the best in the corals and livestock under my care. It's a continuous learning journey and the sharing of experiences with the reef keeping community which I enjoy. Happy reefing!! :)

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