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This thread is for exactly what the subject suggests. Do you have a topic that you think could be more fully addressed in this kind of forum? Share any ideas you may have.

Digital Cameras
Coral Selection
Books
Pests
Lighting

What do you want to talk about?

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I would like to know how alla youse pros get your corals so darned close to each other and don't have a tank fulla slime!

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Originally posted by MrKrispy
I would like to know how alla youse pros get your corals so darned close to each other and don't  have a tank fulla slime!



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Feeding corals

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Sandbed depth: DSB v. less than 2". Live food culturing, coral growth rates with many different lighting set-ups, and the Berlin Method v. Natural Method.

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Best setting for a skimmer (lighter or darker skimmate), Kalk use (mixing techniques, use of vinegar, and dripping methods), use of mechanical/chemical filtration, lighting cycles and times, need I go on.... I could come up with 'em all day.
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recommened corals for low power lights such as pc lighting for a nano
ie easy care and hardiness

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"The easiest and most difficult animals you've kept in your nano's."

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i forgot what the question was

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"recommened corals for low power lights such as pc lighting for a nano
ie easy care and hardiness"


ooo i like this one

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food for fish
food for coral
food for inverts

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lessions learned/ what you would do different...

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how our lfs burned us!!!
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http://www.nano-reef...?...134&hl=xoxo

20 L frameless broken down and sold but a good build nonetheless.
http://www.nano-reef...=xoxo frameless

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matt the fiddler

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green water

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How about that DSB's in nano's are a waste of sand...

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how about whether or not they're a waste of sand?

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fragging/propagation techniques

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Dosing, Modifications, propping

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i like the "corals under lower lighting" topic myself

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pico-reefs!

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Strange hitch hikers that you have found in your tank.

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I would like to hear more about low light corals. Mostly because I own a nanocube and I'm curious what I can keep in there without having to modify the cube too much.

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I would like to hear about pulsing xenia more.

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How about making custom tools for DIY?

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yeah, low-light corals and what the minumum (light) you have had success with.

so this could spill to anemonies, clams, sps, etc