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  1. seminolecpa

    seminolecpa Past President

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    Don't be breaking out the dancing girls just yet. Still have a long way to go before I would declare my tank free of them.
     
  2. seminolecpa

    seminolecpa Past President

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    I have similar problems with a couple of my corals mike. One is the hawkins, the other is that strawberry shortcake acro. Both grow like champs but i get about a 60% death rate on frags.
     
  3. Reef Keeper

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    Congrat :party:
     
  4. Reef Keeper

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    Beautiful :beer:
     
  5. seminolecpa

    seminolecpa Past President

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    Still no sign of AEFW. Think at this point I can officially say I have erridicated them from the tank.

    Who wants corals?
     
  6. Coral reefer

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    YES PLEASE
     
  7. sfsuphysics

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    Got any brown acros?
     
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  9. JAR

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    From what I went through I would say give it a month or two before you pop the champagne cork. :bigsmile:
    I have been clean since January and I still freak when I see a blemish.
    As far as wanting corals from your tank. Heck yeah!!!!
    I'm going albacore fishing tomorrow.
    If I get some I would love to share.
    Nothing like fresh "core" sashimi!
     
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    Good luck Bryan, and thats great to hear :)

    In some of your pictures, the corals are showing some slight signs of light bleaching? Is that just from the pictures or do you notice that in person as well?

    Either way, they look awesome!
     
  11. seminolecpa

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    Mark,

    Yep I was getting a little bit of bleaching on a couple of corals a while back (was wondering if it had anything to do with the RB's though I can't see how). Seems to have diminished now. Had another issue with my Calcium dropping and lost a few colonies but all is well now.

    John you and Mike are welcome to come and grab a few pieces if you like I definately need to do some trimming.
     
  12. Gomer

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    Is this the line for free coral? :p
     
  13. tuberider

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    /obliviously butts in
     
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    free birdsnest?
     
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    Glad to hear that Bryan. How are the Plum and Strawberry short cake looking?
     
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    This is great news Bryan! Congrats! I hope that you are truly parasite free!
     
  17. seminolecpa

    seminolecpa Past President

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    Was messing around today on a typical Sunday afternoon cleaning of the tank. Was using my wife's bathroom mirror to be able to see some of the cracks and crevaces in the back part of the tank and decided it might make for some interesting photos.

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  18. JAR

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    your too much!
    cleaning cracks and crevices.
    Nice pics!
     
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    I'm glad you explained that it was your wife's mirror, when I saw the pink color I just assumed.....


    Nice shots btw
     

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