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Add new 2.5x2x 1.5 ft 

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This Euphyllia Paraancora has doubled its head count via splitting of heads... now with more 'babies' coming out from the side of the branches 

A sample of a customer's Triton test results for June 2015 Shannon June 2015.pdf

Address : 302 Sims Ave #01-07 S387516. Near Geylang lorong 27. Like many of the reefers, we sent our tank water to Germany last week. Triton test results for the show tank is out. Will share in a wh

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After running the tank for 10 months without water change, we have a little problem... Our tank has a NO3 and PO4 deficit!  Contrary to popular belief, a REAL 0ppm NO3 and PO4 reading can cause corals to pale or turn bone white. Our corals growth has been amazing with most corals now touching one another but somehow some of the SPS corals' colours are not as 'GLORY' as they could have been (slightly pale). 

Without running any Fluidised Reactors and feeding 3 times daily (due to the purple queen, connelli and aquare anthias), our algae in the refugium seems to be 'working too hard'.

Our next move, adding Potassium Nitrate to the tank.

 

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After increasing the nitrate, the Monti finally has the contrasting green and purple Rims.

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Encrusting growth
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Zoathids garden starting too look natural

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Love the Africa Zoathids! Under blue lights, the yellow "eyes" really glow!

Still lots of leftovers @ Iwarna. Hint hint ...


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Is it possible for a single colour Acan turning into rainbow Acan?


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Love the purple/blue/purple/blue polyps. Ok I can't really tell whether it's blue or purple...


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Remember the BLACK SPS experiment... Turns out to be purple valida
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Comparing some growths. Dec2015 - Aug2016.

5 more days to 1 year without water change!

 

 

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Started as a slow grower (walt smith Fiji)

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Pink stylo. Check out the chalice's growth behind too!

 

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Started as a dull green Digi 

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Has grown a lot but hard to take a standalone pic in the midst of "bushes "

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One of my favorites. A. Clathrata from Walt smith. Used to think it was an impossible coral

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Milli... Could it be that the name comes from millipede? 

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Increasing the nitrate helps with the colours!

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5 hours ago, quarantasei said:

what is the nitrate at now? Po4 still 0?


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No3 is about 2ppm and Po4 is about 0.01.

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Feeding time!  (tank as @ 19 Oct 2016)

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Pic taken at end 2016... tank now is 1 year 4months without water change. 

Added VIBRANT to combat green bubble algae. it works :yeah:

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