Cyphastrea, SPS??

Discussion in 'General SPS Discussion' started by cody2cannon, Oct 30, 2017.

  1. saltyfilmfolks

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    You'll still have to acclimate etc, but keep an eye out for a deal. The pro model with lenses does put out more poop. I do forget if it's 12 24 or 36v.
     
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    Yea im Going to look around xmas is coming up so we'll see
     
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    I would try it, only way to find out how it goes. Mount them high and keep your lights on for 12+ hours, are they montis or acros? 4 for 30$ is a nice deal and if they take off in a few months get ready to buy stronger lights and more sps. I put 2 branching montis in my tank when it was 4 months old, within a couple months they where growing like weeds, so then I bought some acros, clams, lps, shrooms, zoa etc..., 2 years later and I've got a tank full of different corals and 16 fish, I call it " controlled chaos ", my last fish was added around 4 months ago, my last frags came from the WWC live sale a few weeks back(first online buy) and now my tank is pretty much maxed out and find myself trading trimmings for fish food to my lfs.
     
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    I would call that beautiful chaos
     
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    What about this running about 2 inches above the water line along with a coral plus bulb??

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    And i could control it with a cheap 10$ timer??
     
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    I'd say is an easy sps, fast growing too!
     
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    Hehehe ... ;Snaphappy

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    Coolest thing I’ve ever seen in this hobby so far
     
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    Agree with nfrench. I’m going out to get a cool skull.
     
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    Just be careful where you put it. Meaning that when it settles in and starts to grow it can be a tidal wave of aggressive destruction as it can grow at an alarming rate with a large colony. Some planning will help moderate future concerns.

    Dennis
     
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