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Old 01-02-12, 10:54
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Frags

Hi Jason

Just wanted to let you know the frags arrived safely, really well packaged and are top quality. The Mille is stunning.

They are currently on the sand bed, what would you suggest is a good acclimatisation period before moving them up into position? My lighting (120W Power Compact) will not be any where near as strong as yours but its only over 18” deep nano.

Am I correct in thinking in terms of light requirements Mille highest, then “Lyndseys” frag, followed by Milka Stylo and then Monti hirsuta ?

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Steve

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Old 01-02-12, 20:50
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Hi m8

Glad all got to you ok m8 as the weather is a little on the cold side at the moment

Your bang on the mark as to there to place the coral m8 ,,the stylo was under 250 10ks to the side so not getting huge lighting as we find they show bluer polyps under slight lower lighting.The montipora 250ws again ,and again we have them to one side of the lamp

All others will do good under high lighting so give them the best you can m8


yours

jas
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Old 01-02-12, 21:58
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Cheers Jas, will be back for more once these have settled and started to base out.
Thanks once again for the advice
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