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  1. Please give me more likes! Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
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  2. Post a Reef pics and Win ! Hi Reefers, It has been awhile since we did some contest , and here go... We are doing a simple photo contest and all you need to do is post ONE PHOTO of your tank, fish or anything related to this hobby and the photo with the MOST number of LIKES for their photo here will get to win one set of the Latest Conch Aqua Slim 7 Wave Maker . Contest End Date ; 31.10.2017 at ( 2359 hrs) ** Thanks to Conch Aqua for their support and sponsoring the prizes for this contest *** Just in case you dont know where the LIKE buttom is Remember to Share / Invite your friends on social media to like your photo to get more support .
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  3. Joining in the fun! My Red Yuma for a couple years now.
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  4. Millepora Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  7. Guardians of Chiamsreef[emoji92] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  9. Need to clear the frag racks for major rescaping work. Several different SPS (Valida / Green/purple/orange Digis, Fibre Optic Pocci) mohawks zoas, xenia. etc to let go. U decide how much they are worth and then xfer to my account. If you decide it is worth nothing then you can don't xfer. Is your call All sales proceed will go to HRSS (Home Rabbit Society Singapore). Whatapps me at 96836545 if you are keen. Some pictures taken under Maxspect Razor 16K both channels 100% for reference. Edit : Collection at my place at Bukit Batok Street 25. Unless you don't need to view in person. Arrangement to meet else where can be arranged.
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  10. Collection at east side contact 91523736 Blue zoas 35 Green favia 20 Take both 45 Sent from my SM-A710F using Tapatalk
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  11. Please vote for my tank. [emoji1] Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
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  14. Hi guys, I'm selling live rotifers. Pls preorder 5 days in advance [emoji2][emoji1303] Rotifers are fed with yeast and nannochloropsis which is a small green algae (2 um) that has a high lipid, protein, and calorie profile. 500ml - $10 1L - $15 3L - $30 5L - $45 Collection place would be sengkang mrt station. For more info please text/whatsapp me at 8threethree8 199eight.
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  15. I'm using DLink 5222L cam. It's a 2yr old model. I don't link a webcam to my Apex app. Reason is that the web cam video stream will consume a lot of mobile data if one is not on wifi. More often you may open the apex app to look at parameters/status and not needing to view live footage. I live in an apartment & don't have the space for automatic water change setup. However, water change is not too troublesome. Mostly un-attended activity. Collect RODI water in a big 120L blue drum, 5hrs. Mix the salt in with a pump (2000L/hr pump) 1hr. Siphon dirty water out with a long hose to the toilet. Pump water back in via the pump. 30 min.
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  16. Can try pacific reef. They have reasonably priced corals at starter range. Easy ro care for also. Polyps, leather , mushrooms etc. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  17. We will be shipping in product such as protein skimmers, sump & accessories from Eshopps(US) really soon. Stay tune to this page!
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  18. Red Sea afternoon 2pm Purple tangs, sohal tangs, red sea racoon butterflyfish, hooded butterflyfish, golden butterflyfish, chaetodon pictus, white face butterflyfish.
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  19. Collection will be beside jurong point. Contact @87264537. $45,$25,$30,$20 Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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  20. Dear Reefers, After nearly 3 years keeping a saltwater reef tank, I realized the best lessons have been given by all the seniors here. There is really no magic. No “secret additive” nor method. I made several horrendous and expensive mistakes because I refused to listen. So here are my own 10 lessons: 1. If you want corals, get a chiller. Or pick very hardy corals. 2. This is I think a rule I kept procrastinating to obey. USE RODI WATER. Full stop. I tried all kinds of work around. Nope. Just get the cheapest RODI water treatment system, add salt and that solves so many of your problems like algae, poor coral growth etc etc. To me, this is the most important lesson. 3. Change 10-20% of your Aquarium water even if the water looks “clean”. No point doing all the nitrate tests. Just change it dutifully. I am in the water treatment business and thought I can beat the system by using various methods to avoid water change. I am wrong. Just do it. This is the second most important lesson. 4. Don’t overstock. Resist the temptation to buy “a few” fishes. Come on one extra Fish won’t crash the tank. It will. 5. Feed very little. Alternate day feeding. Don’t worry they won’t starve to death. 6. If you keep corals, get a good light. 7. Read and research. 8. Listen to the seniors in this forum who have done it before. 9. Don’t buy anemone unless you have shielded your wave maker. Blender kill has caused my tank to crash a few times. 10. Figure a way out to maintain the tank with the least effort so you won’t hate it. Had I stuck to the above rules I think I could have saved myself lots of blind alleys, frustration and money. You will note that I am saying nothing new. That’s precisely the lessons I learned. Last rule - have fun. Happy Reefing!! And I would love to take this opportunity to thank all the Bros here for the advice so freely given over the years. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  23. Last but my favourite ! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  24. Very busy little fellow Sent from my ONEPLUS A3010 using Tapatalk
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  25. Friend's clam in my tank did this for several hours this morning. Some say its spawning. No reaction from the other 'young' clams in my tank though. As suggested by a fellow reefer, I tuned the skimmer to skim a little wetter to handle the additional organic matter. All is good so far.
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  26. Please note this is not the common green body RBTA. Is Pure Pink. Fist size, collect at Sembawang. $70. WA 93221328
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  27. wow how to dismantle Sent from my Redmi Note 4 using Tapatalk
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  28. New premium FC frags now available Whatsapp 90070711 for booking and collection ! Price from $60 up FC Golden Dragon Staghorn FC Gold Stick FC rainbow shabert FC Dragon Fire FC Golden Dragon FC Yellow Ferrari Monti
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  29. Just to be clear: Item 1 to 7 are not for separate sale as priority given for set purchase first. Thanks for understanding. 1.
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  30. Haha. Yeah. I should be going to look for more rocks tomorrow. Hope can find good pieces. Will update when I do. [emoji16] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  31. Blue Aussie arco - $30 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  32. Bump. Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
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  34. Please join me in welcoming the latest inhabitant into my tank, Bodianus sanguineus! I've been wanting one of these since my Bodianus bennetti (previously Bodianus sp "Kimura"?) passed on, and thankfully Iwarna Aquafarm managed to source one for me from Blue Harbor Osaka recently. Really good timing in light of the potential ban on collection of ornamental fish looming in Hawaii! Sorry for the many dust spots in the picture, the fish just stirred up the sand! Hog 1 by Yi Xiang Lye, on Flickr Hog 2 by Yi Xiang Lye, on Flickr Here's a recent FTS too to end off. Colours and stability in the tank are improving week by week. I'm really very impressed with the Tropic Marin Bio-Actif system. It's perfect for a newbie reefer like me to get a nice sps system going FTS by Yi Xiang Lye, on Flickr
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  35. Used PH controller without probe - $80 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  36. I found Hanna Calcium a bit erratic sometime. Best you double check with Salifert
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  37. Which product are you using to test for calcium. Options could be re-measure with alternative product (eg. Nyos or Salifert). Ca can increase 100ppm in a week if the Calcium Reactor is not tuned right - (eg. effluent flow rate, CO2 bubble count etc). I assume you got that in control
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  38. Hi bro where did you buy this nano doser? Thanks Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  39. More premium good staff for this weekend Gold Stick, rainow shabert, FC Superman, Dragon Fire, Walt Disney Ultra , FC Wolverine, Angry Bird , Bubblegum digi etc Whatsapp 90070711 for booking ! Have a good weekend
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  40. Anybody seen yt small2 size. About 3-5cm type. Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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  41. Basslet week! Royal grammas, Black cap basslets, cave basslet, swissguard basslets, candy basslets, orange back basslet, yellower head jawfish, blue neon gobies, uncommon pike blennies, red rock flower anemone, green rock flower anemone, lettuce nudibranch, dwarf sand perch.
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  42. I have 2 eunice worms in my tank, each about 1 foot long. Gave up on catching them and just left them alone... Good clean up crew until they reach monster size lol
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  43. Looks spacious and nice. May I know the dimensions of the tank. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  45. There has been debates on whether UV helps clear Ich, with no definite conclusion. Theoretically, for UV to work (if it works), ALL Ich cryptocaryon must pass through the UV lamp. But consider how much water is being pass through the lamp at any time. The probability that ALL Ich passes through after a definite amount of time is limited, thus not very effective. In addition, only when the cryptocaryon is in its free floating stage, would it have a chance to be pumped through the UV. Also, most UV are sized to kill bacteria and algae spores, not protozoans. Meaning, the size of the crytocaryon is too large to be killed by a standard UV, unless the UV dosage is very high and flow is very low to allow enough exposure time to high UV. But then, there's no harm trying.
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  46. nice tank bro. keep it up! love your pictures. marine fishes colors really vibrant!
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  47. High NO3 or no enough light Sent from my LG-H990 using Tapatalk
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  49. That's the end results of my Cheapo DIY Algae scrubber..
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  50. The hobbyist agrees that reefkeeping requires a conscientious decision to ensure that our marine pets gets the best care, equipment and housing conditions that only correct application of knowledge, wise budgetary spending and self-control can give and will do his best to promote these ideals that are in line with the Club's mission statement.
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