Coral Flashlight

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    PolypLab's Scope Blue Flashlight Lets The True Colors Show! Under blue actinic lighting, the bioluminescence within the corals can actually be seen after the lights on your tank turn off. The blue light emitted from the Scope Flashlight is the perfect wavelength to make corals pop, but also can be…

    $24.99

    …the most sensible time to feed Micrōvore to corals is after all lights in the aquarium have been off (preferably for at least one- to two-hours) and the room is dark. Using a dim flashlight, illuminate the area immediately upstream of the coral to be fed, then feed as directed above. Broadcast…

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    $15.99

    …the most sensible time to feed Micrōvore to corals is after all lights in the aquarium have been off (preferably for at least one- to two-hours) and the room is dark. Using a dim flashlight, illuminate the area immediately upstream of the coral to be fed, then feed as directed above. Broadcast…

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    …the most sensible time to feed Reef Snow to corals is after all lights in the aquarium have been off (preferably for at least one- to two-hours) and the room is dark. Using a dim flashlight, illuminate the area immediately upstream of the coral to be fed, then feed as directed below. Slight…

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    $8.99

    …of 5 ml per 10 gallons (see back of bottle). Turn off UV and skimmer (plus ozone if you have it) for a few hours BUT observe your tank with a flashlight.   NOTE - if the water starts to turn cloudy, turn all filtration back on ASAP.   Day 2 and 3: Treat with a full dose of Re-Fresh leaving the…

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    $33.99
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