Photo around the coral lab

Dong... stop it! You are going to make me go out and spend 1000 bucks on better lights and a doser and ato just so I don't kill sps! Then another 1000 on frags. I am a teacher man! I can't afford that!

But seriously awesome shots, beautiful corals, I saw a couple lps I will be picking up when money can be freed up. And one day I will upgrade my hardware to maintain salinity calcium magnesium etc. so I don't keep buying and killing sps.


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Wow Dong! It all looks great. You have really taken off since I left!

I'd love to come check it out some time.
 
Everyone are very welcome to drop by. I have way more coral, I just took some photo out of one system.
 
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Dong... stop it! You are going to make me go out and spend 1000 bucks on better lights and a doser and ato just so I don't kill sps! Then another 1000 on frags. I am a teacher man! I can't afford that!

But seriously awesome shots, beautiful corals, I saw a couple lps I will be picking up when money can be freed up. And one day I will upgrade my hardware to maintain salinity calcium magnesium etc. so I don't keep buying and killing sps.


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Actually it is pretty easy to keep SPS, the key is weekly water change and calcium reactor.
That is all you need.
 
That is true, thanks


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Only if they're grass fed, free range zoa's

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Sea grass may be? Probably not free range as they can't walk around.
The Murphy's law said if a coral moves around, it will ends up sticking on a powerhead.



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Thank you very much all.

By the way, yes I have the red digi


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