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    dosing nopox

    yellowboxfish
    By yellowboxfish,

    just a question about the dosing ratio, is there any benefit from dosing the required dosage in one dose or in smaller doses over a given period of the day as I have seen some people dose in smaller regular doses several times a day

    @mrdave @Red Sea Kev


    High reef temperatures

    w3bbo
    By w3bbo,

    With temps hitting 28c today I decide to hook up the chiller. Prior to plumbing it in the temps were 27.3. Now back down to 25.5 within an hour or so. Hate the noisy fan but it shouldn't be on for too long knowing British sunshine doesn't last for more than a few days!

     

    Hows everyone else managing?


    Raffle launched

    mrdave
    By mrdave,

    New Stock (19th May 2017)

    Carl @ Ultra Aquatics
    By Carl @ Ultra Aquatics,

    Hi guys,

    Here's some new stock we've got in recently, hope you enjoy!

     

    1) Neon Green Alvepora   £40

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    2) Ultra blotchy Ancora   £80

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    3) Large Green Torch   £80

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    4) Green Ancora   £80

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    5) Large Gold Torch   £100

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    6) Large Yellow Ancora  £100

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    7) Green Frogspawn  £75

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    8) Green Torch £65

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    9) Green Torch  £65

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    10) War Coral  £75 (frags £20)

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    11) Neon Centred Favia £30

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    12) Red/Green Favia £30

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    13) Rainbow Lobo £120

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    14) Ultra Lobo £75

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    15) Green Plate £25

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    16) Tongue Coral £25

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    17) Green/Purple Lithophyllia £35

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    18) Plate (picture doesn't really show this off)  £50

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    19) Pink Bubble Coral  £80

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    20) Long Tentacled Plate  £95

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    21) Red/Green Monti  £55

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    22-25) Various SPS £50

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    23)

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    24)

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    25)

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    26) Sulphur Leather £35

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    27) Bright Green Leather £35

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    28) Sun Coral £45

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    29) Various Zoa Frags £15

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    Ocean free hydra stream filter

    hopper
    By hopper,

    Hi I just added a stream 1 it made my water very clear and my skimmer is pulling out a lot more dark crap on a wet skim .  Just wondering if anyone else has used one ????


    Who likes bubble-tip anemones?

    Carl @ Ultra Aquatics
    By Carl @ Ultra Aquatics,

    We've got several lovely, well-settled green/rose BTAs in, the largest is about 3-4".  Price is £45 each.

    (Apologies for not being active on the forum so far, we've had a word with ourselves, and we're going to be good little sponsors from now on!)

     

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    Stc 1000 controller

    Ripcurl67
    By Ripcurl67,

    Hello fellow reefers,

    Does anyone have any idea how to wire up the stc 1000 contoller but to only use two heaters and no cooler.Ive looked on youtube but mainly shows how to wire up for heat and cool.If anyone has a diagram to forward i would be very greatfull.

    Thanks.

    Ripcurl67

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    Voice controls

    mr tap water
    By mr tap water,

    It really makes you wonder what will come out next for this hobby.

     

     

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk


    Hermit crab

    mr tap water
    By mr tap water,

    What would be the possible reasons for my hermit crab to keep coming back to the same coral even if I put in one end of the tank he will still make his way back up to the top of one of my islands to the same coral he doesn't seem to be doing any damage and From what I can see there are no eggs either.

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    Sorry Guys

    kraken corals
    By kraken corals,

    Sorry guys for being so absent from here and not even posting something in this little Kraken Corals area, things have been busy but thats a good thing.

     

    So what do we have to offer?

    Currently we stock dry goods from
    Seachem
    ATM
    Reeflowers
    Jecod
    Mover
    Kelo
    Nyos
    Bubble Magus
    Little Ocean
    D-D
    Aquaforest
    Vitallis
    Ocean Nutrition
     

    and probably some brands ive forgotten

    We have a red sea display tank in the front entrance and now have two display tanks (dry) from Evolution Aqua including a Pro Reef display tank.

    On top of that livestock wise we have out tanks separated down into softies, sps and lps to make life easy for everyone and then 5 fish racks behind that. 

    Still quite small but we are pushing all the pennies we make into more tanks and stock.

    Oh and most of our stuff is available online at www.krakencorals.co.uk 

     

    our coral stocklist is to be honest a bit out of date online, its hard work keeping the stock updated because it changes quite often but hopefully this is something we will be on top of in the future.  We do posts pictures to facebook though and we are willing to post coral without a problem although not fish at the moment we would prefer these to be collected.