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Fake Corals list Part Two (of Three)



 
 
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Old June 14th 08, 11:39 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Chris Tsao
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Part Two

http://www.pets-warehouse.com/aquaca...th_corals.html

http://www.iadempet.com/Artificial_c...20page%205.htm * their
elkhorn corals are absolutely divine

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Old June 16th 08, 11:04 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
RubenD[_3_]
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Default Fake Corals list Part Two (of Three)

Hey, I thought you were a troll, but you are really into the fake coral
thing, uh?

Well, I got a question for you, how do you keep that coral clean from
being covered from algae and other material growing on top of it.

I bought a white coral piece and now is completely dark green and I don't
want to pull it out and clean it to a point of loosing the inhabitants in
it.

I check that website and they're good.

I might understand why you want to go fake, heck, I lost a lot of money on
dead coral.





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Part Two

http://www.pets-warehouse.com/aquaca...th_corals.html

http://www.iadempet.com/Artificial_c...20page%205.htm * their
elkhorn corals are absolutely divine



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Old June 17th 08, 05:04 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Chris Tsao
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Default Fake Corals list Part Two (of Three)

On Jun 16, 6:04*pm, "RubenD" wrote:
Hey, *I thought you were a troll, *but you are really into the fake coral
thing, uh?

Well, *I got a question for you, *how do you keep that coral clean from
being covered from algae and other material growing on top of it.

I bought a white coral piece and now is completely dark green and I don't
want to pull it out and clean it to a point of loosing the inhabitants in
it.

I check that website and they're good.

I might understand why you want to go fake, *heck, *I lost a lot of money on
dead coral.

"Chris Tsao" wrote in message

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Part Two


http://www.pets-warehouse.com/aquaca...th_corals.html


http://www.iadempet.com/Artificial_c...0page%205.htm* their
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I vaguely remember reading that corals or rocks can be cleaned with
bleach. Hopefully there's a safer product to clean them with. Mine
never got much algae on them, so I never cleaned them. Now, I just
have one on a bookshelf and I'm going to put one on a coffee table.
 




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