5G Mixed Reef

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Reply #30

Looking great! They’re here waiting for you when you’re ready for me to post them


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Reply #31

Picked up a few SPS Boogers, the guy threw in a couple of Pavona's
If the pictures are in the Correct Order


Hulk Porites
Green Pavona
Rusty Red Pavona
Acropora Granulosa
"Free" Frag, neither of us know what it is - he got it in a trade and it colours up but hasnt grown in past 4 months. So ill try
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Reply #32

Aw I'd love a granulosa again.  I had a really nice green/yellow one with blue tips and the bugger completely stripped one night.  Hope you have better luck because they're stunning  :tongue-love:

The size of the frags seems a bit on the mean side though?


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Aw I'd love a granulosa again.  I had a really nice green/yellow one with blue tips and the bugger completely stripped one night.  Hope you have better luck because they're stunning  :tongue-love:

The size of the frags seems a bit on the mean side though?

Yeah i basically took the remnants of the trades and fragging, got the lot for £10 plus postage 

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Reply #34

Yeah i basically took the remnants of the trades and fragging, got the lot for £10 plus postage 

Oh that's a result then 👍🏻

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Reply #35

Got some colours now

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Reply #36

New guy about town, meet Derek

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Reply #37

Strong name! What is he?

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Reply #38

Strong name! What is he?

Not sure, not too hot on snails but looks like a Dove Snail of some sort, or maybe a baby Whelk. I cant really see it's foot clearly to ID

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Reply #39

OK so how about a 5 litre reef

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Reply #40

love it, are you keeping the lid on all the time? 

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Reply #41

Not sure, not too hot on snails but looks like a Dove Snail of some sort, or maybe a baby Whelk. I cant really see it's foot clearly to ID
Agreed it looks like a Dove snail. Wow! Can’t wait to see this progress!


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Reply #42

@ajm83 that's the plan want to see how stable the temp is with the lights and air pump on, hoping it doesn't need a heater

@DUSTYBOY272, cheers bud

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Reply #43

worked on the rockwork a little today

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Reply #44

Decided to go with a ready made route
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