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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2006 12:51 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Thats  cause  i  am  lazy  to  switch  it  on  and  off  daily.
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 Hi  Apurva,
 
 Why  dont  you  put  some  carpet  anemones,soft  corals(not  banned),feather  worms.All  these  areeasy  to  keep
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 I  have  had  bad  experience  with  carpet  animones  previously.  It  killed  a  yellow  tang  in  my  tank.  I  dont  know  where  to  get  soft  corals  from  besides  as  per  my  knowledge  corals  require  exteremly  controlled  water  parameters  and  good  lightning.
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 Well  u  might  be  surprised!!!,  Some  soft  corals  and  polyps  are  actually  easier  to  keep  than  carpet  anemones.
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 Is  it?    Like  what  and  where  do  I  get  them?
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 Is  it?  Like  what  and  where  do  I  get  them?
 Apurva,  don't  ask  silly  questions  Chuckle  
 You  guys  stay  in  Mumbai  and  ask  us  where  to  get  your  tank  inhabitants  Chuckle  
 I  would  advise  you  to  go  for  some  coralline  algae  cultures  with  some  live  rocks!
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 Dude  if  u  ever  come  to  bombay  go  around  in  all  the  shops  u  have  heard  of  and  show  me  one  shop  which  even  have  dead  live  rocks.  Arre  these  mumbai  LFS  are  only  interested  in  fish  and  maximum  animones.  Its  even  tough  to  find  live  rocks,  forget  polyps  and  soft  corals  hehe
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:30 pm Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 its  just  look  like  living  aquarium................
 it  has  tooked  me  toooo  the  real  sea  world..............
 plz  include  more  close  pics.........k.......
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2008 2:56 am Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 Try  your  hands  on  some  MMLR  i.e.  Man  made  live  rocks....  Get  a  small  culture  of  Live  rocks  and  seed  your  MMLR  with  it...
 
 As  to  where  to  get  the  LR  /  Polyps  etc...  aquascape  has  the  answer  for  you  in  the  post  above....
 
 I  am  thinking  if  you  paid  close  to  around  10XXX  for  artificial  corals  ...wondering  whats  the  price  of  real  ones  !  ..should  be  a  lot  cheaper...
 
 Also  how  old  is  this  setup.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2008 3:11 am Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 Nirav  the  thread  goes  way  back  to  2006  Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 1:25 pm Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 Hi  Apurva  ,
 
 A  real  good  collectio.
 
 But  I  want  say  something...Pls.  never  mind  it's  my  personal  opinion....
 
 1st   -  Pictures  are  not  up  to  the  mark.
 
 2nd  -  U  spend  lot  money  and  effort  for  this  tank.  But  truely  speaking  it's  look  very  much  "Artificial'.
             It  should  looks  like  under  sea  water.....U  have  to  think  &  try  feel  ....just  close  u'r  eyes  &  
             imagine...
 
 Anyway  keep  it  up.....
 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 1:49 pm Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 Abhi  The  post  is  three  years  old  and  Apurvas  last  post  seems  to  be  almost  an  year  back?
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 2:09 pm Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 Same  old  digging...  Dog  
 Anyways,  those  bring  back  the  memories  of  good  ol'  Nauzer  days.  Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 8:35 am Post subject: Re: Apurva's 140G Tank (with Artifical Corals) Pics and Vide Reply with quote

 Hi  Yogoranda,
 
 It's  my  pleasure  to  see  your  nice  comments....
 
 Thanks  a  lot
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