GlennF's DSR tank

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Reply #735

Hi @glennf your frag tank is better than most display tanks i've seen!

The longirostris are a beautiful fish, but i'm scared for your millepora!   :|

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Reply #736

Hi @glennf your frag tank is better than most display tanks i've seen!

The longirostris are a beautiful fish, but i'm scared for your millepora!   :|
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No millepora in this tank. It's  a spathulata which need more lighting

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Reply #737

What happens if you throw a supposedly dead goniopora in the garden and let it stand all summer in all weathers, then reuse the "stone"  as  "elevation" for another coral? Would it come back to life ???



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Reply #738

Progress in time




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Reply #739

That’s crazy!! I wonder if my big ass blasto colony will do the same and come back to life


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That’s crazy!! I wonder if my big ass blasto colony will do the same and come back to life


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I think given the right conditions many things are possible.
I believe this coral has gone dormant due to deteriorating conditions, once condition approved it can back alive.

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Reply #741

4 weeks ago i introduced 10 anthias dispars.
I got the hang of it and this week i introduced another 9pcs of anthias tuka.
I love them




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Reply #742

Looking good bro. Them Athias surely add a lot of colour pop swimming around the water column. How many times a day do you feed the tank? A lot of them anthias prefer multiple feeding throughout the day don’t they?


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Looking good bro. Them Athias surely add a lot of colour pop swimming around the water column. How many times a day do you feed the tank? A lot of them anthias prefer multiple feeding throughout the day don’t they?


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Groups of colorfull anthiases are a great inspiration

I feed 3-4 times per day

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Last Edit: Oct 20, 2020 11:20:25 pm by glennf

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Reply #744

4 weeks ago i introduced 10 anthias dispars.
I got the hang of it and this week i introduced another 9pcs of anthias tuka.
I love them

4 weken geleden heb ik 10 anthias-dispars geïntroduceerd.
 Ik heb het onder de knie en deze week heb ik weer 9 stuks anthias tuka geïntroduceerd.
 Ik vind ze geweldig




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Last Edit: Oct 27, 2020 1:26:40 am by glennf

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Reply #745

Just some random pictures


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Reply #746

I am curious if anyone had dead corals and liverocks out of the water for a few months and placed back into the tank come back alive?

Can corals survice this ordeal?

A had a assumed dead goniopora "rock" reused from a heap in the garden and used it as a pedastal for my duncanopsammia.

After a few days it turned out a surprise.
This was september 8, 2020


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Reply #747

Here you can follow the growth process during time from the photos






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