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Show Off What You Won

Show off what you won. I'll start. Donut coral (still stressed and washed out, has great promise), two tone chalice, rainbow monti, Monti setosa, Blue tort, iron man blasto and Jedi Mind trick monti.

 

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A few zoas for the garden, piece of chalice, and a nice trachy. All getting comfy in their new home.

 

 

 

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I ended up with a nice warpaint donut, small orange setosa, 9 head orange/gold torch and a nice meteor shower. Wish I knew how to post pics but..........

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Update.......My Donut looked great Weds morning but when I got home Weds night it was a skeleton! No idea what happened. Everything else is doing great....monti caps, frogspawn, hammers, mushrooms. Only thing I can think is my angel or wrasse attacked it but what is left doesn't look torn. Any thoughts? :huh:

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Any pics?

 

 

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I don't know how to post them-message me and I can text a couple to you

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7pm Tuesday

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7pm Wednesday

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Lights are reef radiance

24x24x24 cube lights max at 60% about 6 inches above the water level

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Had a nice fully formed mouth now there is nothing but an empty space there ;-(

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The only thing I can think is one of my fish (Queen Angel or Slippery **** Wrasse) decided they wanted the coral more than I did

All the other corals (and fish) are great, I am religous about doing a weekly 5 gallon water change, cleaning the tank etc....

Oh well nobody said this hobby was easy OR CHEAP!!

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