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cgaubuchon posted on cgaubuchon/cga-55-gallon-reef
2014-09-21 12:40:07 -0700

Last clown got his head stuck in the return pump output (like the last). Ordered some new loc-line and made another decent purchase from R2G.com.

Tomini is very skittish for the last few days and may have some spots on him (eek). Keeping a very close eye on him. Clown Goby is MIA as well in such a large tank for him. Hopefully he will show himself again soon.

Also, have a new doser now. Trying to figure out the best way to mount it in my limited sump space.

  • Lee Shipley
    Lee Shipley
    2014-09-22 17:40:34 -0700

    Be careful ordering from them... They have developed a terrible rep lately, had a bad experience myself with them.

  • cgaubuchon
    cgaubuchon
    2014-09-25 14:52:36 -0700

    Really? I have had decent results with them the few times I have ordered. Any specific reasons/reviews you can share? Recommendations for similarly priced frags/deals?

  • Lee Shipley
    Lee Shipley
    2014-09-26 20:01:46 -0700

    I had good luck up until my fourth order with them and they sent half my order, and half of that was DOA. They only refunded me half what they should have, then wanted to charge me to ship the remainder of my order... I told them to cancel it (before they even sent the first half) took three months to get the rest of my refund. Only good thing to come from the order was the tiger conch and Algae blenny I got... I will only order from blue zoo or live aquaria now... read reviews and really dig deep... those two have almost zero bad reviews, reefs2go has more than 80-90% negative reviews....

  • cgaubuchon
    cgaubuchon
    2014-12-06 15:41:59 -0800

    Good to know Lee. I have had pretty decent luck with them for the last few orders. Just went with World Wide Corals with their live sale and an acro arrived nearly completely dead so will be interesting to see how they handle the issue. Will have to check out blue zoo though as well. Thanks

  • Lee Shipley
    Lee Shipley
    2014-12-08 09:55:40 -0800

    live aquaria was decent with me regarding the few orders I placed with them... I've been reluctant to order online lately. Prefer to shop locall if I can or deal with fellow hobbyists

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cgaubuchon updated Tie Dye Chalice
2014-12-06 15:32:02 -0800
  • Environment: salt
  • Min Tank Size: 1
  • Temperament: Semi-Aggressive
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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2014-12-06 15:32:01 -0800
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2014-12-06 15:31:47 -0800
  • Environment: salt
  • Min Tank Size: 1
  • Temperament: Semi-Aggressive
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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cgaubuchon updated Toxic Waste Leptoseris
2014-12-06 15:28:26 -0800
  • Environment: salt
  • Min Tank Size: 1
  • Temperament: Peaceful
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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2014-12-06 15:28:25 -0800
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2014-12-06 15:28:03 -0800
  • Environment: salt
  • Min Tank Size: 1
  • Temperament: Peaceful
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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cgaubuchon posted on Ricordea Mushroom
2014-12-06 15:14:42 -0800
Recordea Florida
Recordea Florida
Ricordea Yuma
Ricordea Yuma
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cgaubuchon updated Dendrophyllia
2014-09-21 12:40:59 -0700
A very elusive coral sought out by reef keepers everywhere, the Dendro Coral is very similar to its close cousin the Sun Polyp Coral. The biggest difference, besides the obvious difference in growth pattern, is that the Dendro Coral will have its polyps extended during the day. It is a non-photosynthetic species so it will need to be fed regularly. A few individual pieces of mysid shrimp fed two or three times per week works well. These corals are very hardy and will grow quickly.
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cgaubuchon posted on Dendrophyllia
2014-09-21 12:40:57 -0700
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cgaubuchon removed Black Ice Clownfish on cgaubuchon/cga-55-gallon-reef
2014-09-21 12:37:07 -0700
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2014-09-21 12:36:32 -0700
A very elusive coral sought out by reef keepers everywhere, the Dendro Coral is very similar to its close cousin the Sun Polyp Coral. The biggest difference, besides the obvious difference in growth pattern, is that the Dendro Coral will have its polyps extended during the day. It is a non-photosynthetic species so it will need to be fed regularly. A few individual pieces of mysid shrimp fed two or three times per week works well. These corals are very hardy and will grow quickly.
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cgaubuchon posted on cgaubuchon/cga-55-gallon-reef
2014-08-17 09:14:37 -0700

Dottyback and 6-line not really getting along. Surprisingly (to me) the dottyback seems to be getting the upper hand on the more established 6-line. Will see how things go over the next few days, might rescape and see if it helps.

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cgaubuchon posted on cgaubuchon/cga-55-gallon-reef
2014-07-13 08:01:05 -0700
CGA :: 55 Gallon Reef
 
CGA :: 55 Gallon Reef
 
CGA :: 55 Gallon Reef
 
The surviving Black Ice Clown
The surviving Black Ice Clown
Acan has split a few times in 3 months!
Acan has split a few times in 3 months!
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cgaubuchon posted on cgaubuchon/cga-55-gallon-reef
2014-05-09 15:19:11 -0700
Shot with potato
Shot with potato
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cgaubuchon created aquarium CGA :: 55 Gallon Reef
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