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Old 06/10/2020, 12:34 PM   #351
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How often do you feed your NPS?

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Old 07/05/2020, 06:53 PM   #352
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Continuous is best, especially at night.

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Old 07/27/2020, 12:03 PM   #353
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just had a read through this thread, albeit fairly quickly in places.

Is there currently a general consensus on the best method to use to keep NPS corals of different kinds? Obviously some have different requirements to others.

Can any of those involved provide updates on the development of their systems? their success rate along with pics of the corals and details of both filtration and feeding methods used? Just looking to perhaps make this thread a bit more accessible for myself and others who may be considering the 'dark side'!

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Old Yesterday, 11:00 PM   #354
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Has any one successfully grown and propagated carnation corals/ dendronepthya?

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Old Yesterday, 11:28 PM   #355
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Restarting 180G Very Mixed Reef Tank, Custom Cabinet, Kessil AP700, 4 x T5ís , 2 X 60" XHO LED's, Dump Bucket Style ATS, bag of carbon, no mechanical filtration allows food to stay in suspension.

Current Tank Info: In Garage: 130G Refugium, 30G sump for remote ATO, 55G RO/DI Reservoir, additional EB8. Finishing: Custom Nelson style KalkRx, Custom Cole Palmer style CalRx with PT CO2 Carbon Reactor Controller, 2 Axis Robot Feeder for Garage Plankton Farm.
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Old Today, 05:15 AM   #356
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Dr. Dendrostein (IG) has some frags growing on glass, and coral rubble. Certain carnation corals thrive much better than others in close systems. Dendronephthya umbellulifera sp, comes to mind.

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