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    Nice try Jared!
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    re: Cat's Frag Tank

    Haha invisible corals!
    Robzilla's 55 gallon reef tank with 3W CREE LED lighting
    Bare bottom with LR only
    Vortech MP10 ES, Koralia Evo 750
    38gal sump/fuge with Eshopps PF300 overflow, ASM G1 skimmer, Phosban 150, and Eheim 1000 return pump

    Fish: Melanurus Wrasse (male)
    Coral: Caulastrea, Chalice, Mushroom & Ricordea, Zoas/Palys, Torch/Frogspawn, Favia, Acro & Millies, Birdsnest, Monti Cap & Digi
    CUC: Mexican Turbo Snails, Dwarf Ceriths, Nassarius, Florida Ceriths, Large & Small Nerites

    "Rob just be careful to not "over complicate" things. A reef tank can be like a fresh cow pile... The more you handle it the stinkier it gets. Sometimes they do better when we observe without touching." - Al

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    re: Cat's Frag Tank

    Invisible corals? I don't think we have any of those; how does one tell?

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    re: Cat's Frag Tank

    Invisible coral is extremely rare. I may have the only frag in captivity and it is dwarfed by my single caulastrea frag lol. They a really are a nuisance for being so rare! Cat's frags in her tank are much nicer!
    Robzilla's 55 gallon reef tank with 3W CREE LED lighting
    Bare bottom with LR only
    Vortech MP10 ES, Koralia Evo 750
    38gal sump/fuge with Eshopps PF300 overflow, ASM G1 skimmer, Phosban 150, and Eheim 1000 return pump

    Fish: Melanurus Wrasse (male)
    Coral: Caulastrea, Chalice, Mushroom & Ricordea, Zoas/Palys, Torch/Frogspawn, Favia, Acro & Millies, Birdsnest, Monti Cap & Digi
    CUC: Mexican Turbo Snails, Dwarf Ceriths, Nassarius, Florida Ceriths, Large & Small Nerites

    "Rob just be careful to not "over complicate" things. A reef tank can be like a fresh cow pile... The more you handle it the stinkier it gets. Sometimes they do better when we observe without touching." - Al

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    The anticipation is killing us all

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    Here's one frag, it's right in front of the invisible ones. It was a little clear under the LFS lighting... I may have to move it to the RSM to get better lighting.
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    RSM 130D
    45 lbs of Bali/aquacultured rock
    Tunze 9002 with StevieT Media Rack
    MP10 ES
    RSM 250- Set up and housing coral frags.
    28g JBJ Nano HQI Office tank

    29h Nem Tank

    25g Frag Tank- waiting for a LED light!
    GHL Profilux Reefers Pack
    27g Sump
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    Nice one Cat! Is that a St. Thomas Mushroom?
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    Nice frag! Those invisible corals are out of control lol.
    Robzilla's 55 gallon reef tank with 3W CREE LED lighting
    Bare bottom with LR only
    Vortech MP10 ES, Koralia Evo 750
    38gal sump/fuge with Eshopps PF300 overflow, ASM G1 skimmer, Phosban 150, and Eheim 1000 return pump

    Fish: Melanurus Wrasse (male)
    Coral: Caulastrea, Chalice, Mushroom & Ricordea, Zoas/Palys, Torch/Frogspawn, Favia, Acro & Millies, Birdsnest, Monti Cap & Digi
    CUC: Mexican Turbo Snails, Dwarf Ceriths, Nassarius, Florida Ceriths, Large & Small Nerites

    "Rob just be careful to not "over complicate" things. A reef tank can be like a fresh cow pile... The more you handle it the stinkier it gets. Sometimes they do better when we observe without touching." - Al

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    Wow that is sweet! And those invisible ones are amazing!

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    I believe so, the guy at the LFS didn't know what kind of mushroom. He had rubble on his base and I just glued him to the frag. I think he's trying to get off of it now... he's halfway off.
    I'm a little concerned about my lighting in the frag tank. I know the zoa's and my rics don't mind but this one is more green and seems to be browning at the edges. I think I'll put it in my RSM until I get the MH set up. I'm working on it this weekend. I've decided to try schedule 40 for the hanging frame.
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    http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e3...gelmouse-3.jpg

    RSM 130D
    45 lbs of Bali/aquacultured rock
    Tunze 9002 with StevieT Media Rack
    MP10 ES
    RSM 250- Set up and housing coral frags.
    28g JBJ Nano HQI Office tank

    29h Nem Tank

    25g Frag Tank- waiting for a LED light!
    GHL Profilux Reefers Pack
    27g Sump
    CMAS Member



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    re: Cat's Frag Tank

    Here's some news. I'm getting a royal gamma and a two spot/yellow candy hogfish tomorrow! Pics tomorrow night. You guys might catch site of some invisible corals. -oxymoron?
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    http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e3...gelmouse-3.jpg

    RSM 130D
    45 lbs of Bali/aquacultured rock
    Tunze 9002 with StevieT Media Rack
    MP10 ES
    RSM 250- Set up and housing coral frags.
    28g JBJ Nano HQI Office tank

    29h Nem Tank

    25g Frag Tank- waiting for a LED light!
    GHL Profilux Reefers Pack
    27g Sump
    CMAS Member



    I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
    -Maya Angelou

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    Nice news on the fish! At least that's one of the hogfish that is rated reef safe and doesn't get large. I guess this is it?

    Two Spot Hogfish, Twinspot Hogfish - Bodianus bimaculatus

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    34g Red Sea Max 130 (April 07), ~50-60 lbs. live rock. Lighting: Sol Super Blue LED with AI controller. Vortech MP10ES & battery backup, LifeReef Siphon, Sump, SWC Extreme 120 cone skimmer, Tunze Osmolator ATO, ReefKeeper Lite L3 controller

    Reefmack's RSM 130 and...Red Sea Max Owners Club

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    Yes, local guy, I talk to him on another "site". Says it's peaceful and gets along with everyone. He's selling all his fish, wish I could have taken his Copperband Butterfly but he's 4 1/2" now. I will never put a big fish in a small tank. Learned my lesson about big fish and aggression with Cichlids!
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    http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e3...gelmouse-3.jpg

    RSM 130D
    45 lbs of Bali/aquacultured rock
    Tunze 9002 with StevieT Media Rack
    MP10 ES
    RSM 250- Set up and housing coral frags.
    28g JBJ Nano HQI Office tank

    29h Nem Tank

    25g Frag Tank- waiting for a LED light!
    GHL Profilux Reefers Pack
    27g Sump
    CMAS Member



    I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
    -Maya Angelou

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    You already have too many invisible corals...no more!

    Great news about the hogfish. You said there was a temporary ban on buying corals but looks like you found a loophole to feed the tank obsession lol.
    Robzilla's 55 gallon reef tank with 3W CREE LED lighting
    Bare bottom with LR only
    Vortech MP10 ES, Koralia Evo 750
    38gal sump/fuge with Eshopps PF300 overflow, ASM G1 skimmer, Phosban 150, and Eheim 1000 return pump

    Fish: Melanurus Wrasse (male)
    Coral: Caulastrea, Chalice, Mushroom & Ricordea, Zoas/Palys, Torch/Frogspawn, Favia, Acro & Millies, Birdsnest, Monti Cap & Digi
    CUC: Mexican Turbo Snails, Dwarf Ceriths, Nassarius, Florida Ceriths, Large & Small Nerites

    "Rob just be careful to not "over complicate" things. A reef tank can be like a fresh cow pile... The more you handle it the stinkier it gets. Sometimes they do better when we observe without touching." - Al

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