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    Quote Originally Posted by drooster View Post
    Hey I would love to participate in this - I have a red monti cap and birdsnest that grow like crazy:



    Water parameters:

    Salinity: 1.026
    Temp: 79 - 80 deg
    PH: 7.7 - 8.1
    Calcium: 440 ppm
    Alkalinity: 9 dKh
    Magnesium: 1280
    Nitrates: 2 ppm
    Phosphates: 0.03 - 0.07 ppm
    Gorgeous corals Drew, Thank you!

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    Where is the wish list??

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    Quote Originally Posted by reefling View Post
    Where is the wish list??

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    MARSH Grow Out Challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seaturtle View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I see that my name is getting posted a bit so I thought I would formally introduce myself. My name is Ryan Hannum and I'm the coral biologist at the aquarium at Moody Gardens. Just a little bit of a background about myself, I've been working at Moody Gardens for two years now leading up the coral program here. Before that I've cared for other reef tanks at other facilities and helped private parties with there tanks as well, one of my favorite being a 600 gallon reef exhibit that had been running for over 10 years! I've built a couple grow-out tanks ranging from 30 gallons to 400 gallons and as you all can guess by now have played a part in designing and building our new 2000 gallon reef exhibit. It's been a long challenge planning this exhibit through our complete renovation and we've had a few hiccups along the way to be sure but we are going strong and we're ready to start on this exciting next step with all the MARSHians out there!

    I look forward to getting to know everyone who participates in the events to come as well as those who just want to help in any way they can and even to those who just want to chat. I am happy to help in any way that I can as a resource to you as you are all stepping up to help us out and I hope this newfound partnership will extend on long after the conclusion of the event.

    If you have any questions, comments, or just want to say hi feel free to send a message, I will be on regularly to check things out (also to read up on some of these informative threads).

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    Hi Ryan,
    thank you for the background info.
    Getting into your pyramid now since 2 years via the MARSH Moody Gardens "Backdoor tour" gave me quite some good picture about the operations and challenges you guys face over there ;-)

    I like to contribute some Livestock as well, even if I'm a bit handicapped at the minute due to the effects of Harvey, basically a flooded house. Anyways, I have worked night and day in the flooded house to keep my mini farm alive and everything is temporarily swapped over into a fully loaded 300G tank now and after a few days Nitrates went down to 1-2ppm means the thing is full cycled and ready to do some grow out jobs :-)

    I like to understand how you guys plan to replace water and elements in that Reef Exhibit which will help me and many others to choose the corals since most people have likely more sensitive corals to give away which makes your job later more difficult to keep it all alive.

    I was thinking to grow out a Nasuta and a specific Tenuis, lol
    Others may know what that means, lol.

    Let me know.

    -Andre

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    That is a great question Andre!

    On a side note, im happy that your making progress on your recovery and rebuilding efforts following Harvey. Ive been following along on FB and have really actually learned alot. Keep us posted and let us know if we can help :-)

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    I will donate a piece or two of sps. Everything is small right now so I don't plan on fragging anything. Most all are high end corals

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    Let It Grow Campaign





    Count me in for a frag of each of these. No fragging for 6 months. Unless my urchin does me the favor sooner, he’s broken the acro several times already


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    Quote Originally Posted by bpb View Post




    Count me in for a frag of each of these. No fragging for 6 months. Unless my urchin does me the favor sooner, he’s broken the acro several times already


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    Ugh! Those urchins! Mine is parading around with about 6 snails, 3 zoa polyps, and a trail of papaya cloves right now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sneezebeetle View Post
    Ugh! Those urchins! Mine is parading around with about 6 snails, 3 zoa polyps, and a trail of papaya cloves right now....

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    They’re such good cleaners though! I’ll take a little destruction


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    Quote Originally Posted by bpb View Post
    They’re such good cleaners though! I’ll take a little destruction


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    Ya know your right! I got mine to battle the few spots of gha I had and in just a few days is was completely gone...but my zoas???? A person has to draw a line sometimes lol!

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