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Thank you very muchLooks amazing Perry!
Probably my impatience, but I think this is probably a better direction for nutrient control. Hoping to catch some live mysis from my 20 gallon to seed the fuge. Anyway, I got the red gracilaria locally, so that's cool, and a nice chunk to boot. So far, on reverse photo period, I am now seeing 7.9 ph at low, and 8.2 ph high, but I think the gap will tighten, and the high point will increase in time.Looking great! Mangroves can be touchy at first, fresh water misting, no leaves touching saltwater, etc... Have you thought about sea grass or halimeda? In the 90's I had a display fuge with caulerpa and two types of halimeda that was pretty cool. I do like red gracilaria though.
Hi Tim,Acros are growing out well already Perry!
Hard to see in the pic, but yeah, corals are growing at a good rate, mostly mini-colonies now, at least by old school standards, lol