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My tank after restarting! (Apurva)
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 10:53 am Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Hello  Apurva!are  you  in  mumbai?Those  corals  look  great,can  you  tell  me  where  I  can  get  some  of  those?Thanks!!!
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 err!  yeah  i  am  from  Mumbai  and  very  much  in  Mumbai.  I  got  them  from  a  friend  of  mine.  He  had  a  shop  and  he  used  to  keep  it  but  after  the  ban  he  was  a  bit  scared  to  keep  it.  So  i  took  all  that  he  had.  He  does  not  have  any  more.  Even  i  want  a  few  more.  U  can  check  at  Aquaria  Bandra.  They  have  got  a  new  stock  of  Artificaial  corals.  But  they  are  expensive.  All  are  above  1800  and  are  big  in  size.
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murthy  wrote:                
lol...i'm  sure  a  project  of  this  scale  cannot  be  handled  by  one  person  of  my  limited  resources.It  will  require  atleast  two  more  brains  and  pockets!                

 
 Would  you  be  interested  in  taking  the  Goverment  Aquarium  at  Cubbon  Park,  Bangalore  on  a  long  lease.  
 The  proposal  to  privatise  the  Aquarium  was  floated  to  us  at  ASK  some  time  back.  
 Even  for  this  you  need  massive  amounts  of  money  as  we  had  calculated.
   And  at  least  three  years  to  break  even.
 
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for  that  matter  its  best  to  have  the  public  aquarium  in  a  coastal  tourist  town(goa?mangalore?)  
                 

 Have  a  look  at  the  Marine  Aquarium  at  Karwar.  
 Its  good,  but  you  may  have  to  pay  the  tourists  to  visit  if  the  Aquarium  is  not  located  in  a  suitable  and  convenient  place.  :lol:
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 Murthy,
 
 CIFA  =    Central  Institute  for  Freshwater  Aquaculture  located  at  bhubneswar  orissa.  By  the  way  you  can  get  some  pictures  of  that  in  pappu's  gallery.  He  is  the  man  who  did  it  .  He  is  a  member  of  our  community  also.
 
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 Moving  back  to  the  main  topic  and  keeping  yo  guys  updated  its  gonna  be  one  month  since  my  first  fish  swimmed  in  after  restarting  the  tank.  Well  right  now  i  have
 
 Domino  Damsel  1.5"
 Impored  Clarikie  clown  1"
 Golden  Ring  Maroon  Clown  3"
 Yellow  Tang  2"
 Auriga  Butterly  2.5"
 Regal  Tang  1.5"
 Tentacle  animone
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:12 pm Post subject: Live rock Reply with quote

 I  would  say  that  Live  Rock  is  the  way  to  go.  Decorating  tanks  with  dead  corals  do  not  take  us  anywhere.  It  is  after  all  a  plastic  look  not  the  natural  look  of  the  reefs.  Remember  we  were  drawn  into  this  hobby  first  time  just  because  we  wanted  to  have  a  reef  in  our  homes.
 Moreover  if  we  can  have  a  club  who  can  interact  and  exchange  live  coral  fragments  we  do  not  need  to  mine  corals  everytime.  Just  a  small  part  of  a  live  coral  can  give  a  tankfull  of  corals  within  a  year.  We  do  not  consider  this  however.  The  marine  hobby  is  still  a  dwarf  in  India  because  we  are  afraid  to  move  forward  with  the  hobby.  
 
 Please  get  live  corals  like  Xenia  sp.,  Acropora  which  grow  fast  and  are  wonderful  specimens.  Once  these  settles  in  you  tank  they  will  grow  up  to  be  beautiful  ones.
 
 As  for  the  tank  pics  above  I  can  just  say  that  the  one  with  small  amounts  of  live  rock  is  still  more  natural  &  beautiful  thatn  the  ones  with  dead  corals.  The  dead  corals  lok  awfully  artificial.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2005 3:20 pm Post subject: Domino effect Reply with quote

 Hey  Apurva,
 We  didnt  see  any  pictures  of  your  tank  with  the  fish  in.  Isnt  the  Domino  Damsel  an  agressive  fellow?  And  im  sure  your  dead  corrals  will  lose  their  artificialness  once  a  caot  of  red  algae  starts  growing  on  them.
 
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