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Suprem3 Corals

Suprem3 Corals (S3) specialises in aquacultured coral frags, with the aim of bringing only premium and exotic specimens to the marine aquarium trade. 
At S3, coral frags are under special care by our professional aquaculture team, ensuring that they are perpetually at their tip-top conditions. 
We take pride in our products and work and strive to provide quality customer service

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    • $8

      Big size 

      Collection 373018 

      Reef safe?
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    • Selling Ehiem pump. Used only for couple of time -Less than 10 times.

      selling at $170 nego but no lowball. Pump is in very good working condition.

      Deal at Fernvale/Greenwich area.


       
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    • Hi I am selling the above small in size around one inch.

      selling price - $12

      collection at west

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    • My tank is approximately 70 gallons. I have been doing carbon dosing using vinegar recently.

      Currently, I am dosing 15 ml of white vinegar (5% acetic acid) everyday. Today is the 7th day.

      From yesterday evening, it is realized that the tank looks like snow storm.

      Can anyone share their personal experience on if I should continue to dose the same amount of white vinegar or cut the dose?

      Understanding that there has been alot of similar posts out there at other forum, it is still abit worrying for me as I understand that many of them has experienced disaster from vinegar dosing.

       

      Thanks

       

       

      WhatsApp Video 2020-04-09 at 4.30.22 PM.mp4
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    • Upz. reduce to $690.  
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