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ZGrow I - A.L. Rainbows

Discussion in 'Member Run Contests' started by Munch, Feb 15, 2014.

  1. tuanle

    tuanle Copepod

    Tank size: bio cube 14g
    Lights: power compact and ecoxotic stunner strip led View attachment 17744

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  2. clowninaround7474

    clowninaround7474 Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    ZGrow I - A.L. Rainbows

    Just picked up the frag from Scott about an hour ago, dipped it with Coral RX pro for 5-10 min, and placed it into the tank. The polyp is already opening and looks awesome.

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    Update: 2/27/14
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    Tank Information:

    60g cube
    G2 Radion Pro

    Parameters:
    1.025
    ammonia, nitrite, nitrate: 0ppm
    Ph: 8.2
    KH: 8.9dKH
    CA: 490ppm
    MG: 1290ppm
    Temp: 78.4

    Edited
     
  3. Highway66

    Highway66 Prawn M.A.S.C Club Member

  4. Munch

    Munch Shark M.A.S.C Club Member

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  5. opakapaka

    opakapaka Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

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    Tank volume: 100 gallons
    Lighting: 4 x AI Sol blues (7 hrs a day)
     
  6. Craigar

    Craigar Shark M.A.S.C Club Member

    ZGrow I - A.L. Rainbows

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    660 gallon display

    3 ai sol bues
    4 8 watt t5

    3-10-14[​IMG]
     
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  7. Balz3352

    Balz3352 Marlin M.A.S.C Club Member

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    2/16/14

    Awesome looking frag! Got it in my tank and opened in less than 30.
    Biocube 29 stock lights. Blue and white
     
  8. SkyShark

    SkyShark Tuna Staff Member M.A.S.C Club Member M.A.S.C. B.O.D. B.O.D. Member-at-Large

    2/16/2014
    View attachment 17749
    20.5 in Maxspect Razor r420r 120w 16,000k.

    Update 3/5/2014
    Knocked the frag plug off the rock, so I popped the frag off the disk and glued it directly to the rock. Oddly I have seen a number of the little Asterina on the zoa. I haven't had this problem before with any other zoas. I've been picking them off and dropping them in the back chamber (this was how i dislodged the frag disk).
    Plug with Asterina star on it.
    View attachment 18112
    Newly glued frag. Looks like a baby coming in finally.
    View attachment 18113

    Update 3/7/14
    There is clearly a baby, but the mother looks very unhappy, possibly starting to melt. Something has clearly been chomping on it - not sure if it is the small starfish. Fingers crossed.
    Zoa is in the center (cell phone pic)
    View attachment 18167
    Close up (cell phone pic)
    View attachment 18168

    Update 3/15/14:
    Zoa is toast - full melt :confused2:
     
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  9. asn-naso

    asn-naso Tuna M.A.S.C Club Member

    Date of pic: 2/16/14

    View attachment 17750


    Here is a pic of mine. It is in my BC8, with some cree leds. I haven't checked the water in months, other then SG, which is 1.025. I also do not have a skimmer, and feed the single fish about 3 times a week with flake.




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  10. rplank

    rplank Amphipod M.A.S.C Club Member

    36 gallon corner aquarium with mixed reef, 1 false perc (Coral), 1 scooter blenny (Lenny)
    Odyssea 24" T5s($80)
    1 Odyssea Actinic blue, 1 zoomed actinic 730 am-730pm
    1 old 12k, 1 Odyssea Actinic blue 930 am-330pm

    Photo 2-16-14
    View attachment 17753
     

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  11. JuanGutz

    JuanGutz Marlin M.A.S.C Club Member

    34g Red Sea max all in one. Has te stock skimmer with rapidled.com led upgrade for lights. Params are never ever tracked in my tank I just do 5g water changes ever week or every two when work gets me. Right now it is glued at the in the bottom half of my tank. Ya think that's all I need! iPhone 4 hates the blues but this is my best! *update* noticed my nem was able to sting the frag so in my attempt to move it I smashed the polyp while breaking it off..... Then it fell into some nice macro rock, I tried fanning it out with no success. So I tore my entire rock work down and got it out. Royally upsetting my entire tank and needles to say I have reattached the zoa now to a rock that has a Sunday d and car polyp on it. It hasn't opened but hopefully it is okay...

    Update 3/2/14
    Have a baby bump but hard to get a pic will very soon!
     
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  12. Mav

    Mav Sardine M.A.S.C Club Member

    ZGrow I - A.L. Rainbows

    29 gal biocube. Rapid LED KIT in hood at about 50 % brightness blues 9 am- 8pm whites 10a - 6 pm

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    2/16/14

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    2/17/14
     
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  13. sberg39

    sberg39 Copepod M.A.S.C Club Member

    Coralife T5 with 2-10,000k, 2-20,000 actinic. CA 460, Alk 7.0, MG 1500, PH 8.0
     
  14. sberg39

    sberg39 Copepod M.A.S.C Club Member

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    Changed my lighting to a Current led Pro. Also see a baby bump. Here is a pic. [​IMG]
     
  15. Ghxst

    Ghxst Cuttle Fish

    Ghxst tank specs and pics

    I am running a 34g red sea max, stock everything except for led hood mod. The stock lights are 2 55w t5 pc 50% 10k, 50% atinic in addition to an vertex 1ft led bar blue royal blue illumilux. Leds are on a 10 hour cycle and the t5s 6 hours. SG 1.025, temp 78, cal 440, ph 8.4, mag 1440, and dkh *EDIT* 9 I use reef crystals and do a 5g (14%) water change every week. *EDIT* Flow is 1 of the stock RSM returns, An MP40 on low on random and a Korella 240 pushing water in the back. Its is a mixed reef tank with just about a bit of everything. First pic is to show the Zoa is front and center in the tank this morning, second was the zoa an hour after dipping and opening nicely last night. Last pic is a sweet chalice I got from Josh at Gonzos at the same time, is looks like a galaxy close up with 1000's of little stars in it and amazing golden ring. Thanks Scott for pulling this together and delivering and Josh for providing amazing corals.

    Update 2/20/2014: I had to move it from front and center to mid lower right because a hermit kept moving it and ended up pushing it out. Its locked in tight now.



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  16. C.Bedan

    C.Bedan Copepod M.A.S.C Club Member

  17. CRW Reef

    CRW Reef Orca M.A.S.C Club Member ex-officio

    OK folks since we have a few non-members in this grow out comp we have created a setting in this thread only that will allow posts to be edited. This editing feature will only be given to those who are participants in this grow out comp and they will only have that capability in this thread only, if they are not yet members (although we hope they all will be soon).

    Why are we doing this?

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  18. bsharpe

    bsharpe Users with zero posts needing moderation to determine if they are spam bots

    View attachment 17761 Okay 12/17/14
    About 3 inches from the bottom of tank, indirect T-5's in 66 gallon tank. Calcium 570, alk 9, flow MP20. Salinity 1.026
     
  19. clowninaround7474

    clowninaround7474 Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    My frag broke free from the plug. I mounted it to the rock about 4" from the bottom of the tank. My original post is updated with the new photo


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  20. CRW Reef

    CRW Reef Orca M.A.S.C Club Member ex-officio

    Anymore beginning pics with tank and lighting info?
     

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