Photo #2 - My Trumpet Coral Head Splitting In 3.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Display is 8 inches cube, and the back compartment is a 4" x 8" x 8" 'sump' if it qualifies as that! Lighting- 24w 50/50 Interpet Power Compact Tube. Filtration- Liverock, and Phosphate absorber. Still a relatively new tank (~4 months) so not heavily stocked yet.
Advice: Don't rush it, or it will crash, i found out the hard way unfortunately! Also, don't get cheap lights, pumps etc, otherwise they are guaranteed to fail on you at the most inconvenient time!
Fish Kept: None, invert only tank.
Corals/Plants: Ricordea Yumas- Was my first coral in there, has now split into 3 Ricordeas. Trumpet/Candy Cane Coral- One head is splitting into 3, and about 8 new heads have grown on it. Brown zoo's w/ green mouths. Brown Zoo's. Small Red/White/Green Tubeworm.
Tank Size: 2 gallons
Quote: Heheh......
About Yourself: I am 18, live in the UK, and fancied a bit of a challenge (as well as not spending thousands on a bigger reef!) Still a student at school, and until recently worked in my LFS.

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