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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default need id please :)

    ok was at pet shop last week and had gotten a few things and he told me what thay where and how too care for them but i was so involved in the rose aneneme stupid me forgot .....can you all help ?? .... thanks me
    :: hummer :nemo

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    greg97527 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Firts pic is paly's , possibly a zoo. You can target feed these with cyclop-eeze or similar product or not feed at all.

    Second pic is Culerpa, a macro algae great for removing nitrates and other baddies from the system, i would put it in the sump incase it goes sexual on you and spreads throughout the tank.
    It's all about the reef. :YEAH:

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    Sounds about right... the zoa's are photosynthetic and the calerpa is great for a refugium... it is also photosynthetic and will require lighting as well.
    There's nowhere else I'ld rather be... unless, of course, you're buying

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    greg97527 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Yes and for about 15 bucks you go to a hardware store and get the spiral type phillips bulb 150 watts 10.00 bucks and get the heat shield 5 bucks and you have a great light that the macro will thrive with.
    It's all about the reef. :YEAH:

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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    thanks all i have a 120 day light spiral on it now and it is in my refuge..
    its on a light cycle same as the tank is that ok
    :: hummer :nemo

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    I recommend a light cycle opposite of the display tank(DSB).
    There's nowhere else I'ld rather be... unless, of course, you're buying

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    Reptoreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Ooops... sorry... brain toot. I meant "RDL" aka reverse day light.
    There's nowhere else I'ld rather be... unless, of course, you're buying

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    greg97527 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i personally run mine 24/7 but each person has their opinion so just give it plenty of light and pick which works best for you.
    It's all about the reef. :YEAH:

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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    thanks guys
    :: hummer :nemo

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