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    Advice from experienced guy ASAP

    Hi all.

    I need to hand in a system design for a large 2600 gallon coral aquaculture setup today. I have the theoretical knowledge on how to do this but not the experience. Which is where you guys...
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    Hi Miltonic. I run a research aquarium which...

    Hi Miltonic.

    I run a research aquarium which is currently being upgraded, so my current research (in a 320 g tank) has to be moved to the education area of our facility.
    The reason I'm telling...
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    RO with salt water

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    Does reverse osmosis work when saltwater is run through it? Or can you use only fresh water? I have easy access to all the salt water I could ever need but its fairly poor quality. High in...
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    be careful which urchins you use, they can...

    be careful which urchins you use, they can scratch the glass. The best way to control it is to just clean the glass often
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    The pink stuff on the glass. Wow, for coralline...

    The pink stuff on the glass. Wow, for coralline algae to grow to that density would take a good while. I don't see that happening in under 3 months. Well not unless your available calcium is through...
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    wow that is great. And an impressive amount of...

    wow that is great. And an impressive amount of lighting you have there. Out of curiosity, the plug that the frag is attached to, wat is that?
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    The ammonia is really high (due to the dead fish...

    The ammonia is really high (due to the dead fish most likely) and pH low. be careful about raising pH cause then the ammonia will shoot up! and organisms in the rock need decent water quality too. My...
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    A. austera

    Here are two pics taken while doing in situ research.
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    Variety of corals

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  10. Thread: Live Rock

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    Sticky: An aspect of live rick which is often overlooking...

    An aspect of live rick which is often overlooking its that of internal bioeroders. Small to medium sized sesile or mobile organisms that actually feed of the live rock itself or the algae and...
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    Acropora austera

    I don't think this is a coral found in the America's or a common coral for hobbyist but does anyone have experience with it. It is notoriously difficult to keep happy, even more so than my...
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    reef tank hourly turnover

    Hi all.

    Does anyone have experience in coral propagation and inducing spawning?
    If so I'd very much like to bounce ideas!
  13. I've had the same issue before. Two things can...

    I've had the same issue before.

    Two things can be done. Either put a stopcock valve on the pump inflow to reduce the pumping capacity. This does put some strain on the pump but no more than...
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    Thanks all for the input! As I said it is a...

    Thanks all for the input!
    As I said it is a fairly big system as far as hobbyists are concerned. 2500 g! In actual fact it will 6 six tanks together running off one sump and header tank. What I...
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    That is a different and cool idea. I would have...

    That is a different and cool idea. I would have thought the corals would be blinded by the high light in midday. We have that problem just bringing certain species up from 10 meter to the surface...
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    corals in natural light

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    I have received a request to set up a 10 cube (2580 G) coral propagation system in a greenhouse! The aim of this is to utilize natural light rather than install artificial lighting.
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    Thanks. I do have large protein skimmers, a...

    Thanks. I do have large protein skimmers, a wet/dry filter, deep sand bed, much live rock, and am looking at getting UV sterilizer too. Also sponge water diffuser on the tank inlets and micron...
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    Mechanical filter advice

    Hi all, I'm new here and looking for a bit of peer review.

    I work for a research institute and am redesigning a research aquarium for the propagation and grow out of various corals as well as...
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