My 5'6"longx20"highx15"wide tank thread

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Reply #45

Finally, the hard work pays off!  Looks great you must be over the moon with that.

Love the dimensions of the tank, the tang looks tiny in there

As for the mollies ... I've seen mine swim straight into a torch coral's tentacles so I'm guessing not. Fingers crossed they figure it out quickly!

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Reply #46

Thanks guys, I just need to work out now why the zoas aren't doing REALLY well.
They are very slowly shrinking, I do dose a couple of squirts a day Easy Booster Nano 9, it does say 0.25ml per 25L of water initially, then up to 1ml per 25ml, but I've been scared to add too much bio load too quickly.
Occasionally I mix up some reef roids and turkey baste the zoas, but what else should I be doing?
Remember guys that this DT has been fallow for around 90 days now and despite ghost feeding occasionally there's been little bio load, I'm starting from scratch to a large degree.

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Reply #47

The red bubble tips are doing well, the green Kenya tree too, gsp wants desperately to spread...

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I just realised, will the mollies know not to go near the anenome? I do hope so...
You can be assured they will only do it once....I had a Long Horned Cow fish once sacrifice itself in a big Nem and the blue carpet nem that is my avatar picture did eat a Mandarin Dragonette  . Its possible as they are normally a brackish fish and wouldnt encounter one .

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