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  1. Drilling a Glass Tank

    Quote Originally Posted by lReef lKeeper View Post
    i am working on adding the video, but having some trouble getting photobucket, youtube, or googlevideo to upload it without stalling.

    http://www.talkingreef.com/forums/ho...html#post74281
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9MaQw1OsN8

    Updated 01-24-2010 at 07:00 PM by lReef lKeeper

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    DIY Projects
  2. Acropora Tortuosa

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    Acropora Tortuosa / Blue Tort

    Acropora Tortuosa is a fairly demanding SPS (small polyp stony) coral, that is held in high regards amongst SPS keepers around the world. It is considered to be one of the more demanding of the SPS family of corals.



    Lighting Requirements : VERY HIGH

    I personally do not believe that anything other than Metal Halide
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    Updated 01-24-2010 at 07:02 PM by lReef lKeeper

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    Coral Care
  3. Acropora Hyacinthus

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    Acropora Hyacinthus

    Acropora Hyacinthus is a VERY difficult coral to keep happy. It will require excellent water quality and flow to maintain its health in captivity. Like other Tabling Acros, the flow pattern and direction will dictate the growth pattern.



    Lighting requirements : Very High/Intense Lighting

    I personally do not believe that anything
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    Updated 01-24-2010 at 07:03 PM by lReef lKeeper

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    Coral Care
  4. Acanthastrea

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    Acanthastrea Species (Aussie and Non)

    In my experience with Acans, they are far less demanding that any SPS coral in my system. They do not require intense lighting, insane amounts of water flow, or perfect water parameters. They are also some of my most prized possessions in my system, because of the insane color variations (mine are all Aussie Acans, but even the non Aussie's have crazy color morphs available to us.

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    Updated 01-24-2010 at 07:03 PM by lReef lKeeper

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    Coral Care
  5. preparing for a vacation in this hobby

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    How to prepare for vacation in this hobby ... by lReef lKeeper

    This article is going to, hopefully, help everyone in this hobby to actually be able to take a relaxing vacation. Everyone knows that if you are in the marine aquarium hobby, well ... there is no such thing as a relaxing vacation. Why ?? We all have way to much time and dedication in our tanks (not to mention the money we have spent on them) !! When we have to have someone else take care of something that we are so passionate
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    Updated 01-24-2010 at 07:07 PM by lReef lKeeper

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