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    Hanna Instruments shipment arrived! Proceed to our showroom, or nearest LFS to grab one! Alternatively, you can make a purchase off our website at www.deaquatic.com
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    -Rainbow Infusion $20/frag -Fairy Dust $15/frag -Both at $30 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Both angels has been with me for quite a long time, and very greedy at food. No choice to sell away to reduce bio-load in my tank. Selling each at $80, both together at $130. Pm me if keen at 9six35878two, price fix. Michael. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Selling off some zoas Interested please pm or whatsapp 87529711 =) Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Hey guys, I don't have much in the way of $$ to give to the reefing community (because I'm poor) but I just wanted to share my little experiment with everyone and also give a small token back to the reefing community I followed the post here: http://reefkeeping.com/issues/2006-12/rhf/ To make my own calibration solution and found it to be quite accurate. I used 1927mls of water and 73g of salt to make sure that I could get a manageable amount of salt into the solution and to minimise error. I used house brand salt (which listed its only component as sea salt) and mixed it all up until all the salt was dissolved. I dropped it onto my Refractometer and it showed exactly 35ppt, meaning that my refractometer didn't need any calibration. So now I have a lot of calibration solution and didn't want to waste it, so I thought I'd share it with you guys! I just used the three legs cooling water bottle as a container, but inside it's calibration solution. Let me know if anyone wants some solution for free! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Looking to sell Medium Size RBTA for $30 Or Trade for any beginner sps. Punggol Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Bro @JJtheReefer, i may have the below. you keen?
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    Tank ($300) - 5 x 2.5 x 1.5 feet - teak wood cabinet - sump and pipings included! - jns skimmer (add on $150) - rocks, about 20 pieces x 10kg average Note: tank has stopped running Reason for decomm: going overseas for a long time PM me for contact/details! Thanks!
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    Left with 4 pieces. Deal today at special price. PM me
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    I would suggest doing a large wc and monitor.
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    Be patient slowly fight for diano as it is a new tank
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    Icv6 picture unavailable. Selling off this wavemaker together with wireless controller bought 30th july. $310 price slightly negotiable for fast deal. 9221eight245
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    Cheap Stable Corals to let go... Collection at 681488 CCK Interested, Wsp at 87555724 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    $50 Whatsapp if interested Wa.Me/6598895566
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    Still avail Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Got it recently back in July 2019. Warranty cover one year. Inclusive of unit Mount bar and controller. Got it at $320. Letting go at $250. PM ME, thanks! Sent from JJtheReefer
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    Hi all, have some stable frags for sale. WhatsApp 92971884 if keen, location @ 579727. OZ Reverse Sunset Monti (Intense Green) - $40 each Mystic Sunset Monti - MS 1 - $30, MS 2 - $40 Rainbow Lepto - L1 $40, L2 - $50 Orange Face with Black Rim Purple Gonio - $60 White eye, Red face, Turqoise Gonio - $50 Bright Yellow tip torch mini colony 4-5 heads $65, 2 heads - $40 H1 - Yellowish Gold Hammer 1 head $25, H2 - Bi-color Hammer - 1 head $35 Lumi GSP - $5 per Frag
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    Wa me if keen Wa.Me/6598895566 $30 Green with yellow hue Not the common carpet anemone. Pizza anemone Cryptodendrum adhaesivum
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    1. 2 x snowflake (2cm) $120/pair 2. Big eye Cardinal - $5 3. Electric claim - $10 4. Anthias - $15 There are a few more which I can’t remember what type. Do PM me @ 93865444. Need to clear them ASAP. Thanks. Sent from JJtheReefer
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    Yellow Green Yuma - $20 Whatsapp if interested Wa.Me/6598895566
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    5mm tank, not suitable for marine reefing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    https://m.facebook.com/ahbeng.aquarium/
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    Another pair black percula clown @ $50 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Bro..can call me at 96719253 to discuss.. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Sorry to hear what you are going through. It’s always tough to watch the tissue slough away. FWIW, sounds like your acros are not bleaching(which happens when there is too much light), but actually going through STN/RTN. If you close up on the white areas & cannot see anymore tissue or polyps then it’s likely you are looking at the skeleton. hard to determine the causes, KH looks a little on the high side though. There’s some nutrients, so they may not be starving. The unknown is how stable are these parameters? Were these colonies all added at one shot? Maturity takes time too. Adding more flow was a good idea to help with circulation & hopefully the stronger specimens will tide through. Make sure the flow is not directly pointing at the corals. Meanwhile, would propose running some carbon & doing more water changes. If you have a lot of colonies & many of them are RTN/STNing, there’s a risk of a nutrient spike which is not going to help. Best to check that the new water has similar parameters to your tank water to prevent more instability. Try to siphon out as much dinos as you can - with the current imbalance, dinos are opportunistic & seem to have taken hold. So either removing them or adding competition such as macros will help. Fragging the colonies to save the healthy tissue is a 50/50, some won’t make it, some may provided tank conditions allow so. hang in there & hope this helps
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    Not sure whether nano plate is suitable to bury under sandbed. Read up to understand placement of such biomedia to ensure maximum effectiveness. Some require high flow while others mild and low light. Can consider dried rocks. Do use other platforms to buy your rocks...for 58 dollar, think u can buy 3ft worth of rocks from those decomming... Do consider second items for start and only invest once you are serious in this hobby.
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    Available Union Valve $5 Acrylic Coral Stand $35 Coral Lens $35 Phosphate Minus 1000ML - $40 KH buffer 1200g - $14 AF Magnesium 750g - $14 Fish trap 20*20*30 cm - $25 Noozle: $3 Fuge par38 (e27 only) used - $10 Air Driven Fluidize filter (perfect for QT tank) - used once - $14 Wire trunking oragnizer 2.5 x 2.5 x 200 CM - $18
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    U went shopping with him at coral Farm recently? Lol
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    Alternatively you can check out Very similar to your build. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Protein skimmer, maybe wave maker and cooling fan/chiller. Very fresh water feel. Depends on what u intend to keep, the setup can be different. Livestock... Where do u stay? Easily accessible LFS by mrt.... Pinnacle, ah beng, clementi polyart, etc.
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    Most likely it that part of the coral died and the dino grew on it. Sps could stn due to unstable water conditions
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    Selling off at $55 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    What do you mean which is easier to keep? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Warranty of 9 months - bought in July 2019 Bought at $320. Letting go at $250. Thanks 93865444 to deal. Sent from JJtheReefer
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    Up up $30 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Hi all, letting go Ultra lumi green carpet anemone. Bigger than palm size when fully open. Only feed once a month with cut market shrimp. Letting go $60. Collect Hougang. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
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    All stable frag and growing. Couldn't show the true color of the zoas. Pic taken with DD filter lens, tips are welcomed! Eagle Eye 3 polyps, $10 Rasta 8 polyps, $15 Rasta 4 polyps, $10 No ID, Bright Yellow Center, Green Skirt, Pink Body, 5 polyps $10. Or if anyone knows the ID please let me know.
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    Pair A collected by steady bro Balance pair B available
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    Yup.. that's where I got mine.. Ask for Kapor wood. Chengai if going for more expensive budget. And Marine ply .. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Fibre optic pocci - $20 Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
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    Rare hammer [emoji375] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Gsp - $25 Sent from my SM-G975F using Tapatalk
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    Hi, dont recall seeing it, do call them to confirm. U may want to try calling pinnacle to check also. All the best.
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    Fiji Purple Pulsing Xenia: 3 stalk frag plug- $15 4-6 stalk $20 Tequila sunrise zoas: 1 polyp - $10 2 polyp - $15 3 polyp - $20 Bam Bam zoas: 2 polyp - $15 3 polyp - $20 4 polyp - $25 Discounts will be given for purchase more than 2 plug. Collection in pasir ris. Pm if interested! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Brain coral - $100 Lobo - $30 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Left with - Radioactive Birdsnest frag D & F - Montipora Spodages


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