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    Sorry, been inactive for awhile. That appears...

    Sorry, been inactive for awhile.

    That appears to be a male Labidochromis sp. 'Mbamba'; common name Yellow-top Mbamba. Same genus as yellow labs.
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    In March 2018 I wrote 'Up until very recently...

    In March 2018 I wrote 'Up until very recently Corals are fed every 1-3 weeks a liquid soup comprised of a mixture of: reef roids, reef chili, vitamin c, amino acids, reef snow, multi-size zoo...
  3. Thread: Dinner time!

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    Great vid! What is supernate comprised of?

    Great vid!
    What is supernate comprised of?
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    Here is the colony again from different angles ...

    Here is the colony again from different angles

    Top view of the tank (taken from the front of the tank)
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    The frogspawn conceals this trumpet coral colony when viewing from the front,...
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    I had no idea at the time that a tiny frag could...

    I had no idea at the time that a tiny frag could grow to this size.

    Also, the growth pattern was interesting: in addition to creating new heads of frogspawn by one head slowly dividing into to...
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    I provided a detailed rundown of this sump-less...

    I provided a detailed rundown of this sump-less set up in posts #24-28 of this journal all on page 3:

    Post #24: Lighting and photo-period (since March 2018 I've up'd the daylight/blue spectrum max...
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    In 2013 conditions in my reef took a serious turn...

    In 2013 conditions in my reef took a serious turn for the worse when my tank experienced a dinoflagellate outbreak which lasted for multiple years and almost motivated me to quit the SW-side of the...
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    2012 (not sure what month) 56022 The soft...

    2012 (not sure what month)

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    The soft coral anthelia (which grows at weed-like proportions and can be seen encroaching the glass on the far right) experience a mysterious meltdown soon...
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    June 2011 56021

    June 2011

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    February 2009 56020 Replaced the maxijets...

    February 2009

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    Replaced the maxijets powerheads with koralia circulation pumps. It looks like I've added a GFO reactor and replaced the Remora HOB protein skimmer with a Reef Octopus HOB...
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    July 2008 56019 Trying out my first SPS...

    July 2008

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    Trying out my first SPS corals (stylophora and hydnophora).
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    December 2007 56017 The 65gal 1 year after...

    December 2007

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    The 65gal 1 year after set up.
    Green star polyps encroach the back of the tank.

    It looks like I've added a third powerhead and also a Filstar XP-2 canister filter at...
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    Probably mid-2007 56016 Probably close to 1...

    Probably mid-2007
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    Probably close to 1 year after set up

    Close up of my second attempt with frogspawn, keep an eye on this guy (at this point a $5 frag).
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    December 2006 Upgraded to the 65gal tank:...

    December 2006

    Upgraded to the 65gal tank:
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    I had added an alveopora 'flowerpot' coral to the tank by this time. Touted as an easy coral by the LFS, I later learned (the hard way) that...
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    November 2006 56014 Because my live rock and...

    November 2006
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    Because my live rock and live sand came from an established tank, the tank was pretty much cycled, I added fish in September 2006 and some 'starter corals' (zoanthids, candy...
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    My tank reef tank over the years. August 2006...

    My tank reef tank over the years.

    August 2006
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    Not yet a reef, this was my first saltwater tank, picture probably taken soon after being set up.
    45gal tank with live rock and live sand...
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    Great vid!

    Great vid!
  18. Thread: Baby stars

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    I have a few asterina's in my reef set up...

    I have a few asterina's in my reef set up (classic hitch-hikers); they're all mostly asymmetric in shape with varying number of limbs of varying size (as if they were reared in radioactive water or...
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    nice video! Leptastrea are one of my favorite...

    nice video! Leptastrea are one of my favorite corals, I have two types in my reef tank (brown with green centers, and the orange-golden variety, very similar if not identical to the type you have).
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  20. Thread: breeding?

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    can those two breed or will they just go through...

    can those two breed or will they just go through the motions? if they are mates, what do I look for?

    I'm not sure if they can hybridize, the Zebra Obliquidens are from Lake Kyoga and Lake...
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    Depends on the brand as boof mentioned, as well...

    Depends on the brand as boof mentioned, as well as on-sale deals (e.g., 200-gal Instant Ocean's Reef Crystals salt mix can be found for under $50).





    Not sure what quantity of salt you have...
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    You may need to re-home depending on the severity...

    You may need to re-home depending on the severity of the nipped tail, and the dynamics in the tank.

    Tail nipping suggests sustained 1-way aggression (or worse, 1-way aggression involving multiple...
  23. The prey capture ability of pulsating xenia (the...

    The prey capture ability of pulsating xenia (the coral in my video and primary toxic suspect in the article) is under-developed and they primarily sustain themselves via direct nutrient uptake of...
  24. Palythoa's (paly's) and zoanthids are well known...

    Palythoa's (paly's) and zoanthids are well known for their palytoxin; this is the first time I've heard of an association between palytoxin and pulsating xenia (I wonder if there were some unseen...
  25. Thread: Emerald Crab

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    If the nutrients are available to algae they will...

    If the nutrients are available to algae they will utilize it. One thing that I don't fully understand is in my tank I algae film develops on the glass (which I wipe away every 5-days)...and to a...
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