***!!! LRO Beat the Heat LIVE SALE!! Saturday, August 13th. $1, $5 Corals! HEAVY DISCOUNTS!!***

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Thank you guys for hanging out with me today. I know there are a ton of other places you guy can chose to shop at so honored that you have chosen me today!! There is still tons of super nice stuff available on the website and search function has now been turned on! You can also filter by price on the website by toggling the menu tab to the upper right hand side of the screen. With that being said we are going to do an after sale to clear out the remaining corals!! Load up those carts guys!
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Thank you!!!! Another great sale. Love LRO!
 

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Thank you guys for hanging out with me today. I know there are a ton of other places you guy can chose to shop at so honored that you have chosen me today!! There is still tons of super nice stuff available on the website and search function has now been turned on! You can also filter by price on the website by toggling the menu tab to the upper right hand side of the screen. With that being said we are going to do an after sale to clear out the remaining corals!! Load up those carts guys!
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Thanks for the great sale. Can't wait for all the new additions! LRO is the best!
 
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@Living Reef Orlando is the bonsai garf? A. Secale? Looking for OG. Saw some great sticks on the pages idk how they are still there.
Not lineaged to Garf. Its one weve been growing in house for many years. And yes I agree, TONS of super nice sticks still available.
 

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Snickerdoodles?
Five hours later, the room is quiet, with only the groggiest people half awake, Tim leans around the door frame and utters one word: snickerdoodles.
 

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I know some of y’all were up this morning like
me, grabbing leftovers.
Here’s my walk of shame revised haul. Hahaha

I’m dying to see what everyone got…and whoever got that crazy gorgeous lobo needs to post a pic of it when it’s settled in…that’s one of the prettiest pieces ever!


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I am going to buy Acron over and over unit i get one to survive. Ann said this was to easy to grow along with the Birdsnet, and i kept missing out the birdsnet.

So any tips i will be happy to take.
It’s weird but I do better with acros than with some of the “easy “ coral…I kill zoas like a champ! Lol birds nest (in my personal experience) can be one of the sensitive ones, but they’re excellent for letting you know if you need to adjust anything or if your parameters are off and they’re cheap. I have acros at varying heights and flow…some are even on the bottom of my tank doing fine because I’m making room up higher. Flow is important to keep the polyps stimulated for sure. I’ve found that they can be more flexible with lighting, especially at first. They like a higher par for growing and filling out but having them under lower lighting hasn’t seemed to affect them short term. I dose with reef roids, all for reef and acro power. If you’re starting them off high in the tank and they’re dying fast try starting them off lower when they’re adjusting and move them up over time. I’m don't claim to be an expert but that’s what’s worked for me. I think a lot of it depends on your individual tank and finding what works for you may be different from the “norm”. Is that the garf bonsai that you bought? It looks familiar
 
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Everyone that picked a Tuesday delivery should have just gotten tracking confirmation to your email on file. Thank you everyone for shopping with us and for the continued support!
 

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Everyone that picked a Tuesday delivery should have just gotten tracking confirmation to your email on file. Thank you everyone for shopping with us and for the continued support!
Cant wait til i get my package
 

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It’s weird but I do better with acros than with some of the “easy “ coral…I kill zoas like a champ! Lol birds nest (in my personal experience) can be one of the sensitive ones, but they’re excellent for letting you know if you need to adjust anything or if your parameters are off and they’re cheap. I have acros at varying heights and flow…some are even on the bottom of my tank doing fine because I’m making room up higher. Flow is important to keep the polyps stimulated for sure. I’ve found that they can be more flexible with lighting, especially at first. They like a higher par for growing and filling out but having them under lower lighting hasn’t seemed to affect them short term. I dose with reef roids, all for reef and acro power. If you’re starting them off high in the tank and they’re dying fast try starting them off lower when they’re adjusting and move them up over time. I’m don't claim to be an expert but that’s what’s worked for me. I think a lot of it depends on your individual tank and finding what works for you may be different from the “norm”. Is that the garf bonsai that you bought? It looks familiar
Thanks, yea i will put on button for a couple of days and slowly move it higher as the days go on. I want some corals growing at the top. I just dont know how my par is i dont have par meter to check. But i have messed with my nero's and up the flow more as i know they like the higher flow.
 

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