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    I want some colar in my tank

    Hello again,

    I would like some colar to my tank... Am thinking about white xenia or would love some zoas... I have red muschroom, but would love blue.... and recently got my eye on ricordeas - but not had time to read a lot, so not sure if my 10 month tank can do it for tem?
    and love duncans too - I just love reefs and my tank, I am not saying that I want everything - just what is possible

    and I am better collecting, just not sure if posting is good? did it once - with no luck

    so, any offers? and thank you very very much

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    I want some colar in my tank

    how big is your tank? lighting etc so we know what to suggest. im in fairford gloscestershire GL7 4BX and have some white zenia frag you could have and few few other bits (see my other posts

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    I want some colar in my tank

    Thank you bigstinka for the offer - sorry I am so slow but I think you are a bit too far... nad I have pussey, realy sorry...

    now about my tank - it's 180 litres and at the moment I have original T8 lights, but first number on my shoping list at the moment T5 I am not sure what else I could tell - all my corals are doing just fine (red muchroom, pusseu, zenia and leather finger I think, not sure about name...) I must try on the photos, as at the moment - just can't get them good

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    I want some colar in my tank

    If i remember rightly duncan corals do better in lower light, this is not strictly true as i had mine under a 150watt halide and they loved it!!

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    I want some colar in my tank

    Hi Josh

    Duncans are from deep water and so they can survive lower light conditions but with additional feeding - I think that they also photosynthise aswell so more light the better food production I suspect.

    J

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    I want some colar in my tank

    so, they would live in my tank then? I am ready to feed them if necessary, as I am full time mum and have enought time to enjoy my reef and look after it

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    I want some colar in my tank

    "now about my tank - it's 180 litres and at the moment I have original T8 lights, but first number on my shoping list at the moment T5 "

    You'd be surprised what grows under T8's. More important that your water quality is as good as possible.

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    I want some colar in my tank

    are you saying then - I can have them even without changing lights? i was reading a bit today, and it looks like they are not so hard to keep, but they are so nice - I think I love them even I do not have one yet I saw some in LFS and they where amaizing - so now my goeal is to get one duncan great

    and as for water - i think I am o.k. will post latest resultas saturday

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    I want some colar in my tank

    I fed mine everyday, people say once a week but i found with them being fed once a day they grew very quickly and they always extended there tentacles to quite a large area!!

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    I want some colar in my tank

    I don't have any Duncans - yet, However I have been keeping Favia, Bubble Coral, Fungia/plate and candycane/trumpet corals under T8's and they have all shown good growth, 2 x white and 1x blue.

    Zoa's and Ric's need even less light I have found and still show good growth.

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