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    Well look who decided to finally make a showing. I haven’t seen this critter since the night I put it in the tank. I was starting to worry it had become something’s meal until I saw a fresh molt yesterday.

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    awesome, how long have you had it?

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    Two weeks and some change, I believe.

    Everyone I had talked to about them had told me similar stories where they will go months without seeing them and fear the worst, so I wasn't exactly panicking when it disappeared but that first week or two is a critical time for new additions so it was a relief finding that molt and then a big treat getting to see it.

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    Leptastrea frag is really liking the new light! Some amazing polyp extension, really furry!

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    This is the stuff that is encrusting one of my big rocks. I haven't been able to get any good photos because the angle of the rock/coral relative to the front glass creates some bad distortion when trying to focus with my phone, but this little frag is separate and up front where I can watch it. I say "little" but it's actually on a 3" ceramic disk which is about 80% covered.

    I really love this coral and I'm surprised there aren't more people out there with it in their tanks. It is very low-maintenance.
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    Did a little scrolling and nothing poped up about your new light.

    What did you get??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    Leptastrea frag is really liking the new light! Some amazing polyp extension, really furry!

    leptastrea.jpg

    This is the stuff that is encrusting one of my big rocks. I haven't been able to get any good photos because the angle of the rock/coral relative to the front glass creates some bad distortion when trying to focus with my phone, but this little frag is separate and up front where I can watch it. I say "little" but it's actually on a 3" ceramic disk which is about 80% covered.

    I really love this coral and I'm surprised there aren't more people out there with it in their tanks. It is very low-maintenance.
    I may have to look into adding one to my tank down the road. I'm still trying to get familiar with the different LPS. It's good to see pics and hear how different corals do for others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
    Did a little scrolling and nothing poped up about your new light.

    What did you get??
    I picked up a new 18" sBox from SBReefLights. Kind of more towards the upper end of the budget stuff. Far from the fancy Radions and AI Primes but I'm happy with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by showmebutterfly View Post
    I may have to look into adding one to my tank down the road. I'm still trying to get familiar with the different LPS. It's good to see pics and hear how different corals do for others.
    You can't really go wrong with it. It isn't picky about light nor water parameters. Because it is an encrusting coral I wouldn't put it near anything that you can't move should it start getting too close. It doesn't sting corals or anything, but it may try encrusting over them if allowed.

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    Wow, Andre. Great pictures. You (and recent experiences with tidepools in northern Cali) ALMOST make me want to try a salt-water tank. What kind of gobies are those?

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    Lots of great photos! Love the gobies-they are always so darn grumpy its what makes them so endearing to me. Want to get a couple freshwater in my river tank. Nice buy with the zoas, looking forward to seeing your set up. Was that a pom-pom crab, well the salty equivalent that magically appeared? S/he is a cutie and I am glad its made its presence known.

    Quote Originally Posted by WhistlingBadger View Post
    Wow, Andre. Great pictures. You (and recent experiences with tidepools in northern Cali) ALMOST make me want to try a salt-water tank. What kind of gobies are those?
    Hey Tom, I have a brackish tank I set up, its a little 5 gallon but it has some of the Hawaiian opae'ula shrimp (hiding out in the filter) and a bumblebee goby in it. Not too hard to set up. You can start small, lol.
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    Thanks!

    The gobies are called Wheeler's prawn gobies. Some sites list them as Gorgeous gobies.

    What's holding you back from setting up a SW tank?

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