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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:16 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Awesome  setup,  can  u  pm  me  the  cost  for  the  whole  setup  n  wer  u  got  the  corals  frm.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:21 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 hi  yajur,
 really  superb  setup,were  did  you  those  corals  love  to  buy  some.  Clapping
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:57 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Awesome  Man...Cheering  
 your  tank  is  so  CooL  Rock On
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2011 11:05 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

                                                   
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Awesome  Man...Cheering  
 your  tank  is  so  CooL  Rock On                

 
 thanks  bro  Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:05 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Yajur,
 
 Bubble  corals  are  good  stingers.  I  have  personally  lost  few  other  softies  due  to  stinging.  
 
 Place  them  at  the  bottom.  
 
 Also  plan  for  power  back  up.  1  to  2  hrs  is  OK  now.  But  during  peak  summer  2  to  3  hrs  of  power  cut  will  bring  down  the  temp  drastically.  
 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:37 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

                                                   
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Yajur,
 
 Bubble  corals  are  good  stingers.  I  have  personally  lost  few  other  softies  due  to  stinging.  
 
 Place  them  at  the  bottom.  
 
 Also  plan  for  power  back  up.  1  to  2  hrs  is  OK  now.  But  during  peak  summer  2  to  3  hrs  of  power  cut  will  bring  down  the  temp  drastically.  
 
 KS                

 
 Thanks  sir  for  the  info  I  already  changed  the  brain  coral  but  not  yet  changed  elegance  btw  for  bUbble  coral  how  light  they  need  it  sir  ?  Will  they  be  good  in  sand  bed  ?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:52 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Excelent  show  Yajur  ....  Clapping
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:54 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Great  work  bro!   Thumb Up  
 
 
 cheers.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 4:19 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 great  looking  tank,  super  like
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 5:53 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Great  Man!!!!!
 
 PM  me  the  price  as  well.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:33 pm Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

 Nice  Tank  and  good  job  on  keeping  it  in  good  condition  for  so  long...
 
 Do  post  a  video  of  the  tank  with  the  day  lights  on...
 
 
 I  notice  a  lot  of  people  have  been  inquiring   about  the  cost  of  corals,  source  and  the  overall  price  of  the  setup...etc
 
 Id  like  to  point  out  that  rather  than  finding  out  the  prices  of  corals,  if  you  are  truly  interested  in  keeping   a  marine  tank,  focus  your  attention  on  how  to  keep  them  alive.
 
 One  can  setup  a  reef  tank  for  a  lot  of  money  or  a  little,  but  you  can't  buy  one  overnight    without  the  right  knowledge  or  equipment...and  expect  it  to  last  for  a  long  time...
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:25 am Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

                                                   
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Nice  Tank  and  good  job  on  keeping  it  in  good  condition  for  so  long...
 
 Do  post  a  video  of  the  tank  with  the  day  lights  on...
 
 
 I  notice  a  lot  of  people  have  been  inquiring   about  the  cost  of  corals,  source  and  the  overall  price  of  the  setup...etc
 
 Id  like  to  point  out  that  rather  than  finding  out  the  prices  of  corals,  if  you  are  truly  interested  in  keeping   a  marine  tank,  focus  your  attention  on  how  to  keep  them  alive.
 
 One  can  setup  a  reef  tank  for  a  lot  of  money  or  a  little,  but  you  can't  buy  one  overnight    without  the  right  knowledge  or  equipment...and  expect  it  to  last  for  a  long  time...                

 
 thanks  bro  i  will  post  video  on  day  light  once  i  go  to  home  Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 8:27 am Post subject: Re: my reef tank update Reply with quote

                                                   
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Yajur,
 
 Bubble  corals  are  good  stingers.  I  have  personally  lost  few  other  softies  due  to  stinging.  
 
 Place  them  at  the  bottom.  
 
 Also  plan  for  power  back  up.  1  to  2  hrs  is  OK  now.  But  during  peak  summer  2  to  3  hrs  of  power  cut  will  bring  down  the  temp  drastically.  
 
 KS                

 
 Thanks  sir  for  the  info  I  already  changed  the  brain  coral  but  not  yet  changed  elegance  btw  for  bUbble  coral  how  light  they  need  it  sir  ?  Will  they  be  good  in  sand  bed  ?                

 
 Nice  tank  Yajur,  Elegance  also  should  be  kept  on  the  sandbed,  as  well  as  the  bubble,  IME.  The  bubble  can  adjust  to  any  lighting  and  get  along.  If  you  have  MH  then  they  will  do  just  fine  on  the  sandbed.  What  are  you  feeding  them?
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Yajur,
 
 Bubble  corals  are  good  stingers.  I  have  personally  lost  few  other  softies  due  to  stinging.  
 
 Place  them  at  the  bottom.  
 
 Also  plan  for  power  back  up.  1  to  2  hrs  is  OK  now.  But  during  peak  summer  2  to  3  hrs  of  power  cut  will  bring  down  the  temp  drastically.  
 
 KS                

 
 Thanks  sir  for  the  info  I  already  changed  the  brain  coral  but  not  yet  changed  elegance  btw  for  bUbble  coral  how  light  they  need  it  sir  ?  Will  they  be  good  in  sand  bed  ?                

 
 Nice  tank  Yajur,  Elegance  also  should  be  kept  on  the  sandbed,  as  well  as  the  bubble,  IME.  The  bubble  can  adjust  to  any  lighting  and  get  along.  If  you  have  MH  then  they  will  do  just  fine  on  the  sandbed.  What  are  you  feeding  them?                

 
 
 thanks  :)
 
 for  bubble  coral  iam  useing  kril  and  for  elegance  i  have  not  feeded  them  seprately  btw  iam  useing  10ml  of  JBL  koralfuild  daiily.
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 Yajur,
 
 Avoid  JBL  koralfluid.  In  the  long  run  you  will  face  phosphate  problems.  I  have  personally  experienced  it.  
 
 Cyclops  should  suffice  for  coral  feeding  and  few  additives  like  ascorbic  powder  (it  has  95%  Vitamin  -  C)  and  amino  acids.  Keep  the  feeding  for  once  a  week.  
 
 Bubble,  mushrooms,  elegance,..etc  are  not  so  light  demanding  and  can  be  kept  on  sand  bed.  
 
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