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    Awesome looking additions! I love the brain its awesome looking.
    My 14 Gallon Reef
    Fish are Friends, not Food

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    Nice mix of corals, smaug. Lookin good.
    20gal long planted community

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    Very nice acquisitions! I like the trachyphyllia, it seems you have multiple open brain polyps with that piece!

    The calaustrea (aka candy canes, aka trumpets) are nice as well. Make sure that you have them firmly anchored. I find calaustrea to be one of the fastest growing LPS corals, and as they grow and multiply the skeletal structure can get quite heavy.

    You also have the option of fragging some trumpets (separating some of the branches, not the soft tissue) and placing them in other areas of the tank. A single head of calaustrea become many in no time.
    African cichlid and saltwater aquariums

    http://www.rowelab.com/AquaControlle...9&scope=last24

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    I have it superglued [sold for coral use] to a jagged piece of lr rubble,I wedged that piece in between the rocks.When I set this tank up ,I gave no thought to adding corals and I have no level parts to set anything except for on the sand.Everything else must be stuck into the sides like crampons

    Just to make it clear to Labnjab,your right,,,,,,,,I see all sorts of places to add more

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