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About reef-luva

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  1. Fragging questions

    depends on what type imo, SPS, LPS...softies are very easy, slice and glue, rinse return, many great diy vids on youtube.
  2. GONE!!

    Sorry caught up to this late, I am in Benton Harbor, SW Michigan, that...in fact I am selling frags, Duncans, Kenya and p. xenia...
  3. Hey all, I seek someone close to SW Michigan, 49022, to buy, sell and trade some corals. My 30 gal cube is growing fast and I have solid frags ready to go, pulsating Xenia, Duncans and GSP, I might even start fragging my Kenya Anyone?
  4. Inches to gallons..

    This is my fish limit in a 30 gal.
  5. Inches to gallons..

    Would any fish be 'happy' if it swam into any glass wall???...knowing they are trapped?....no matter the size of the tank, I say NO. Is any prisoner 'happy'???....ask yourself... I feel bad for my two small clowns and a cardinal in my 30 and that is my limit on fish...
  6. Inches to gallons..

    I was wondering, is this too many fish for my 20 gallon???? I mean, they all seem fine....
  7. CaribSea Ocean Direct live sand?

    Everything is doing great and taking off, the GSP glued to the back is on fire, the kenya tree was a small $15 frag now she stands like a might oak, 20 and counting heads on the Duncan, Xenia has almost doubled in 3 weeks, a gorgeous toadstool in the fore ground, some green zoas, a green mushroom that is on the other side of the rock behind the Duncan, a two headed frogspawn, two percs and a Banggai. So far I am very happy with it all.
  8. cycling with live sand and rocks

    ...or just wait until your tank is more established, biologically speaking, and settled in more before you plug it in, giving your existing filter/pumps time to create a rhythm, they will be the main cycle for water exchange anyways, while the added power head is just that, an addition. IMO, the need for for hyper-circulation, especially in a nano type tank, is for the well being of the critters, more bio load (corals/fish/inverts), increased circulation is desirable, say as you build your system and add your larger corals. ...just a possible option.
  9. My brand new JBJ 30gal rimless A.I.O. cube...

    New additions.... A gorgeous Duncan coral, about 15 heads.. A kenya tree.. a mushroom, thinks it's a green metallic but as I shot these, he was seeking inner beauty as it were, I'll get a better shot of it later... and the GSP on the back wall are growing very quickly... ...and I bought another percula with a great story. 2 1/2 weeks ago I bought the first one and ever since I put it in, I was sad that I didn't buy the other clown that was in the tank with it. I went back a couple of days ago and the clown was still there and they are getting along great! Click to choose fil ....slow and steady....will wait another month or so before adding anything else. Parameters are great, copepods are still in the thousands and everyone seems very content.
  10. cycling with live sand and rocks

    100% positive that pic #1 are alien pods, hatching their young under the sea away from our eyes, I would monitor those closely and #2 may be the antenna they use to communicate to their home planet....maybe....
  11. Crazy glueing gsp/coraline algae sheets

    Ya good point, except the coraline was stuck to the back of the GSP mat, or vice versa, so it is what it is...and the GSP is already starting to grow, it loves not being walked on and eaten, who would'a known...hahaha
  12. Crazy glueing gsp/coraline algae sheets

  13. Crazy glueing gsp/coraline algae sheets

    very cool.....