Discussion in 'Corals' started by DCONKLIN, Mar 6, 2014.
IT LOOKS HAPPY IN THAT SPOT. NICE JOB
Looking good!!! Glad I was able to help. Feels good "paying it forward" after all these wonderful people helped me. Did you feed it yet? Bet it was hungry after all that time closed up.
Glad to know they are opening now.
that looks like a healthy Duncan to me...they can be picky at times
MY FRIENDS ARE AMAZED THAT CORALS CAN ACT OUT WHEN THEY ARE NOT HAPPY. I SHOW THEM PICTURES AND THEY ARE JUST AMAZED.
It looks so much happier
Oh Hell Yeah! So glad you got it worked out!
DUNCAN IS HAPPY & STARTING TO EXTEND ITSELF MORE
You are now the "Duncan Master"
Glad you got it going in the right direction
Excellent, I am sure you will be telling us in another couple months how many new heads there are
BACK TO NORMAL
LOOKING EVEN BETTER SINCE LAST PIC POSTED IN MAY 2014
So to sum it up you moved them to a lower and darker area? With less flow? I'm having the exact same issue with mine at the moment. Yours look amazing by the way. Well done!
I ORGINALLY MOVED THE DUNCAN TO A DARKER AREA BUT AFTER I GOT THE WATER QUALITY RIGHT IT IS BACK UP FRONT & IN THE BRIGHT LIGHT.
how did you get your algae under control?
I STARTED USING RO/DI WATER FROM A REPUTABLE SUPPLIER AND THAT MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE. ALWAYS TEST THE WATER YOU BUY FROM A LFS. THEY ARE NOT ALWAYS SELLING THE BEST WATER. ALSO DID WATER CHANGES ONCE A WEEK FOR AT LEAST 2 MONTHS.
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