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Hi everyone, I have been running my current system for a few months now, and I wanted to start a topic on it to document it's progress as well as to seek feedback from you all, to see how the system c

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On 9/13/2019 at 1:12 PM, hmmm2 said:

And so today I saw that the golden torch is not opening as big as it usually does. I went closer and saw some white spherical stuff on it:F43315C9-A700-4469-8BDB-AF61F26533C6.thumb.jpeg.252965c00e236facc6f52c39ee920b93.jpeg


A quick search on google revealed that the torch may be spawning, what do you guys think?

Where you got the torch from?

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It’s been a while, took some random shots today:

1. FTS - with algae issues on the left side


2. LPS/softie section

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Slightly Angled shot



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Closed up of the fav torch


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Had a chat with a few fellow reefers and they lamented that beautiful corals are very difficult to keep. But I feel that there are simple corals which are equally beautiful, so I’ve decided to take some close-ups of such corals:


1. Pipe organ coral - very interesting “soft corals” which also have a skeletal structure:


2. Cloves - can really take over the tank once it’s established. Heard from some reefers that FF cloves, however, is very sensitive and tends to “melt” in their tanks 


3. Toadstool leather - will close up for a period of up to 1 week, during which some reefers have told me that they threw it away, thinking that it’s dead. But no, please do not do that. It’s actually natural for them to close up occasionally, during which they’ll look waxy/shiny. 



4. Digitata - one of the easier sps one may try if they like the structure which such coral can build, to give your reef a more natural look. Pictured here is a true FF digitata, that has a green base. There has been some misIDs around, but a true FF digitata may still lose it’s green base due to non-optimal water/lighting conditions. I’d know that my water parameters is not on point if this coral doesn’t look too good - it’ll be the first to show. But it’s also hardy enough to bounce back once the conditions is back in order

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Or may be a normal shot is better:256CAE37-8B0E-4D9E-8C5F-5788E6B5A13D.jpeg.12ac1eb52312c9a2c082aa8cc85d8365.jpeg

Nice your water is so clear !

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The zoa on top of monti is something I don’t see everyday haha



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