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So thought I'd throw this one up, taken down the mushroom mansion. Most of the Yumas have gone to nearby reefers and I plan to grow out the feet. Got a few more at LFS that I need to frag so will post out soon. Need some heat pads.

Tank: Ciano Nexus 25
Light: Asta 20 LED Marine
Flow: Hydor Pico Evo Mag 650 Pump
Filter: Hydro Ripple HR250 HOB filter, bio spheres, floss

Livestock
Clownfish
Algae Hermit
Dwarf Cerith Snail
White and blue "GSP"
Xenia
Colt Coral
Yuma Mushroom Feet
One really bleached Yuma

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Reply #1

Is that aiptaisia I see popping up in last photo
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Reply #2

Is that aiptaisia I see popping up in last photo
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Too small to tell yet, kinda hoping it's a duster that avoided my wrasses. Couple of things I want to watch grow out, that red algae mess for a start, can see a couple of different varieties in there... I think.

Got a couple more Zoa rocks that I'll add once I've cleaned them up. Most likely have to frag these off the rocks and see what pulls through. I have bad luck at this in the past. One I can mount on the glass (the one with the mollusc)

Getting a Pipe Organ Coral for the tank tomorrow, something new to watch. Maybe some Cloves as well...

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Reply #3

Looking at that photo again ,with my partners bifocals and a magnifying glass  lol lol
Think that's aiptaisia mate,the stem is very similar,nothing like a duster ,I could be wrong  hope so ,
But does look a bit suspicious to me,
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Loving the zoas though mate
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Reply #5

Yeah what heck is that blob looking thingy in the last picture ?
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It almost looks a bit like a dying beadlet anemone ,
Like you say be interesting to see if it developes into something,
You have to keep me posted on that one ,
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It almost looks a bit like a dying beadlet anemone ,
Like you say be interesting to see if it developes into something,
You have to keep me posted on that one ,
Dave
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Chicken liver sponge. Weird f#ckers its overgrown Xenia before in my Pico. Anything with a sting or toxin kills it or keeps it at bay thankfully.

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Reply #8

Looking at that photo again ,with my partners bifocals and a magnifying glass  lol lol
Think that's aiptaisia mate,the stem is very similar,nothing like a duster ,I could be wrong  hope so ,
But does look a bit suspicious to me,
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I'm an idiot. The "gsp" shot? Yeah that is one. Cant get it yet without touching the "gsp". Thought it was the colt coral pic above it. My phone didnt scroll to the bottom of the post ☺

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No worries mate
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Reply #10

Green Pipe Organ Coral (Tubipora) arrived today for the little Clownfish Cube
Similar to GSP, Xenia and Clove Polyps
[/color]Reefers that have been in the game a while should recognise it

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Well I have been ordered by SWMBO that I need to tidy up and make some space (and money), so as a result I spent the weekend sorting, cleaning and organising my "spares" I also stumbled across some Amazon Gift Cards which still had money on, enough in fact to order a Kessil A80 Tuna Blue, Mini Gooseneck and Spectral Controller. So that will count as my Birthday present to myself :D


I'll throw up a trades thread for the equipment that I have going spare if anyone here wants first dibs before I move to another national site before dumping on the eBay. Mainly small heaters, tanks and lights, one HOB filter 

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Reply #12

Lighting Upgrade


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Reply #13

Nice light mate, it looks a perfect size for your cube

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Reply #14

Nice light mate, it looks a perfect size for your cube

Thanks, sadly Amazon seems to have split my delivery (again). So the next package should contain a Kessil A360WE, Gooseneck and two Spectral Controllers. (one for the A360 and one for the A80) I can control this with the knob controls but I was looking forwards to programming the lights with ramp up, ramp down etc.

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