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    Your yellow tang came from the moon? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    3 INCH AT ( SINCE MAY 2017) = 180 2 INCH KOLE TANG = 30 1.5 INCH BLUE TANG = 20 FLAMEHAWK = 30 TRUE PERC PAIR = 40 3 INCH YELLOW TANG = 20 2CM BLOTCHY (SINCE SEPT 2017) = 100 WTG BLUE LEG HERMIT CRAB WTG SMALL BLACK SEA CUCUMBER ALL MY AUSSIE HAMMER , OCTO, (VARIOUS COLORS), ALL COLORED MUSHROOMS, AND EVERYTHING IN MY TANK = 80 COLORED PRATA = 30 2 SA AUSSIE ELEGANCE CORAL = 50 MILWAUKEE SMS510 ORP CONTROLLER = 150 CERTIZON C50 SANDER OZONIZER (LESS THAN 6 MTHS) = 250 MP10 WIFI ALL PARTS JUST CHANGE = $150 MP10 WIFI WITH NEW REPLACEMENT QD CONTROLLER = 200 NYOS QUANTUM 160 SKIMMER = 350 2 PHOSBAN REACTOR 150 = 30 EACH MILWAUKEE MC122 PH CONTROLLER = 150 COMPRESSOR AND COIL = 200 5L CO2 TANK NEW TOPUP FROM NA WITH INTENSE SOLENOID = 100 Skimz Monzter E Series CM122 Calcium Reactor WITH NEW MEDIA = 250 2X Ecotech Radion Xr30w Gen 3 = 650 EACH REEFLINK = 180 PINPOINT PH MONITOR = 50 WHATSAPP OR CALL ME AT 90088335 JOWEN.
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    The new Jebao OW pumps is available in our showroom now!
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    Upgraded to 4 feet, 100Gallon in Aug 2016..
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    Aussie rainbow acan 2 inch 90 $ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I have a few more livestock left for sale and can be pick up by today or tomorrow. 1. Sailfin Tang (bout 4-5 Inches and no damage) S$40 2. Chromis 6 pcs. This guys are my very first fish. S$20 3. GSP 1 = S$15 4. Pulsing Xenia 4 with Clove S$10 - attached to a medium size rock. WhatsApp : 85223044 Location : Admiralty Drive Sembawang (near Canberra Primary School) Bags will be provided. All livestock are still in the tank. Equipment sale to follow after all livestock are sold. Thanks for the Support. -Richard
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    Yes. Icp testing is a great advancement for us hobbyist. But must be cautious. There are two different icp tests. One is ICP optical emission spectrometry and another is ICP mass spectrometry. From what I know. For optical emission spectrometry some wavelengths are close and may lead to inaccuracies for some elements. In general, trace element dosing has the risk reward ratio skewed towards the negative end. Must be very cautious especially if dosing trace element complex.
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    WTB Deep purple pocci/ Pink Pocci / Birdnest Pm me thanks.
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    With respect to trace element dosing. It pays to consider what randy holmes say. Rather than what companies are trying to sell you... http://reefkeeping.com/issues/2004-05/rhf/
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    Why not 0 or any number arbitrarily close to 0. I think 0.1 is still nutrient enriched. Anyway, To be very honest, I dont think it really matters with hobby level accuracy and sampling frequency. As I have mentioned, considering that feeding is an act of disturbance. It pays more to consider disturbance rate, nitrogen input (severity of disturbance) and not just how much im exporting, but export rate.
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    Allow me to clarify. First. It pays to quantify what you mean by high nitrates. 0.15ppm nitrates is considered high nitrates in research. If you read what i said in my nuisance algae thread. You will realise that nitrate sampled monthly may be zero consistently. But the value may be Flux drastically if i am sampling it hourly. Why? Because the aquarist feeds his tank. When you feed you are providing an influx of nutrients. Second. If you have read my thread on coral appreciation here You will gain the perspective that a coral is not just coral. Consider the mutualistic relationship between the symbionts. Mutualism can be modelled based on cost benefit analysis. In different environment the cost-benefit trade changes. In oligotrophic environment, the zooxanthellae nitrogen supply is controlled by the coral. Both are limited by nitrogen. HOWEVER, zooxanthellae can uptake nitrogen from the surrounding water. In a reef aquarium where nitrogen is no longer the limiting factor, the zooxanthellae is no longer dependent on the coral host for nitrogen. This changes the mutualistic terms of trade between the coral host and zooxanthellae. It is believed that the zooxanthellae will compete with the coral host for nutrients. So think about it Why is the zooxanthellae providing the coral host with 90-95% of its photosynthetic products? If you follow a cost benefit model for mutualism. It makes sense that the zooxanthellae is getting something (precious nitrogen) in return. Summary, if you read this far. There is NOTHING wrong with ULNS. Want growth, feed corals. Simple. Side note. There is also symbiotic cyanobacteria living with da coral. Cyanobacteria is able to fix nitrogen and provide a nitrogen source to the coral. However, nitrogen fixation is a very energetically expensive process. So without the coral heterotrophic feeding, I believe nitrogen is a limiting factor.
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    TLC will alway sure help. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Upgrading to larger tank at new home so letting go of my system. This system gave me great joy with fast growth of SPS CHECK OUT THE PICS ATTACHED 1. Innovative Marine (IM) 20 Gallon NUVO Fusion Aquarium (with return pumps) with Glossy Black Cabinet - $600 - FREE 2 Clownfishes - FREE Blue tang - FREE Live Rocks - FREE Jebao RW4 wavemaker 2. IM SkimMate Ghost Skimmer - $50 3. IM MiniMax – All-In-One Media Reactor - $100 4. Radion G4 Pro with Radion RMS mounting - $800 5. Hailea HS-28A Chiller - $150 6. 3/4 Tub of Red Sea Reef Pro Salt - $50 Whatsapp or call 9666-6713 for fast deal. Special discount if take whole set.
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    Er.. if ur tank is meant to get that algae it'll just appear. Doesn't matter if it's seeded or not. If it's not conducive for algae growth it'll just die. That's my opinion. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Hi guys! With my continue hope of finding a good and balanced frozen food that is affordable, i've come up with my own DIY fish food formula! I bought extra ingredients so im selling the remaining packs off. Each pack is blended individually so all the goodies are packed inside! Each pack consist of : 4 shrimps 10 scallops 10 white clams 3 oysters fish eggs squid mackerel fish meat making up a total of 200g worth of seafood. 20180103_125314 each pack of food is then enhanced with the following amino acids & vitamins 10ml of seachem Vitality 10ml of seachem garlic guard 5ml of selcon 5ml of brightwell angelixir 5ml of brightwell HUFA AA 1 piece of red & green seaweed each. 20180103_130058 20180103_130223 The blended food is then packed into a ziplock bag, the food can be easily broken apart and fed frozen directly in the tank, or to be thawed and washed if u are worried about the nurtrients it might contribute. Here's a video of my fishes eating before i freeze the food. This food can be used to feed corals, anemones or fishes that are picky. Each pack are at least 200g (220g) in average in weight. and will be selling at $18 each. SMS/Whatsapp me at 9106-3934, collection at woodlands.
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    Looking to let go my healthy pair of clowns. Female is a full onyx and male is a true percular. They eat like pigs and eats everything that gets throw in the tank! reason for selling is because, although i love them, they dun do well in a FOWLR with no corals to host.. especially in a big high-flow tank.. i shifted them to my sump and they are doing great.. but i think they deserve a better home with proper corals for them to host.. Letting go at $90 for this pair of beauty. they are of appropriate size and health to breed if you are looking into it. SMS/Whatsapp me at 9106-3934. Collection only at woodlands.
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    Pocci Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    2 to give away. Paid $95. FCFS, collect at sembawang
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    Current AI lighting setting .. It is a replicate of the ecotech radion A+B setting dedicated for SPS shared by DD on the facebook support group. can down the file here if you wish to try my setting ; AI Setting.aip
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    Collection telok blangah at night Cat eye zoas if not mistaken. A, B, C $25 Fairy dust D $25 E $20 Mohawk F $ 20 G $25 H $25 I $10 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    I’ve never believed in hype and paid / “sponsored” reviews. Someone should do a proper test and comparison to decide once and for all if their products live up to the hype they have been given by the reefing community ... anyone wants to sponsor ?
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    Pulsing Xenia do not travel well and is sensitive to high temperature. So once purchased should head home asap. Especially do not allow temp in bag to go up too much (happens when left too long in bag and exposed to weather), Needless to say you tank should heave a chiller for xenia.
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    Efficiency is not measured by price, lower price does not mean it’s better. Have used Deltec until recent change and I would say Brand X is money well spent, period. Far superior skimming
  27. 1 point
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/innovations/wp/2017/07/21/how-a-fish-tank-helped-hack-a-casino/?utm_term=.493212b8aac2
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    Noob here but maybe, 1. Tank not cycled well. 2. Iodine level are too Low. 3. Tank too clean for them to survive. [emoji33][emoji33][emoji33] Let’s see what the old birds have to say. Hehe. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    2 slabs reserved! 2 more to go.
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    bro. what monti you are looking for? i got orange plating monti for sale. you can whatsapp me at 9382 2624.
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    SPS Frag Pack - Blue Stag, Bright Green Bali Slimer, Pink Salmon, Teal Green SPS 92954138
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    I have decided to make another attempt to set up a new Seahorse tank. After doing more research work, I am more confident that I should be successful this time round ! Will keep all posted in this thread on the new seahorse tank for 2018
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    I got a pink monti , but at punggol area. If you interested let me know. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    I’m using the red sea reef energy part A and aquaforest amino mix. I dont target feed them but do broadcast feed reef roids with argent cyclopeeze.
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    Sunny delights are growing. See 5 new small heads. Attached are photos. Hopefully Im not crazy. Before
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    Bought 1pc S-120 from deaquatic last week, it skimmed with a lot of form without conditioning since day 1. Great product after one week of use.
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    Hi, more lumi gsp and Golden cloves for sale. $10 for frag plug size, $20 for fist size. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
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    Yellow Blastomussa. $250 Fully encrusted Ultra LUMI GSP Size 8cm by 7cm ($100) Blue tip with yellow based Yuma 50cents coin with a few babbies head on nice life rock ($60) Pink skirting with yellow,blue and green based 2 heads size of 50cents coins ($80) Ultra Lumi Green Hammers ($80) Special price given for those who buy more, thank you for viewing.
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    Pair 1a reserved till tuesday and 1b sold. Pair 1c as attached https://youtu.be/owVrKoEL3vg
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    I just picked one of these up... woohoo. So this is what I can tell you. It is approx 24cm Wide, 35cm Tall and 20cm Deep. What I like is that it is configurable so you can move the parts around. So you can have the drainage on the left or right. Same with the motor unit (which sticks out 15cm if you want include all the wires). The idea is it hangs into your sump, for which there are four height settings you can have it at. It has just a single drainage input which comes with some flexible tubing which can fit 1 1/4 inch tube. I am so looking forward to getting it running on my new tank. Hope this helps. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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    Chill lagoon. More like the messy lagoon bah? New introduction. Kitkat acro. Some purple n green acro. A blue acro. Sunkist zoa. Hot pink zoa. Yellow mellon zoa. Blue green zoa. Lighting upgrade otw too.
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    Hi, may I know what are the exact dimensions of the tank?
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    Dear Friends, I have a few corals to let go. If interested, please whatsapp me at +65 9382 2624. Thank you, Lorenzo 1. Walt Disney Acropora Colony - $150
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    Beautiful fishes. Maybe more rocks for them to play with? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    1. Walt Disney Acropora - $150(Sold) 2. Reverse Sunset Encrusting Monti - $80 3. Lumi Green Flower Duncan - $30 4. Purple Hornet Zoas - $60(Sold) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    7ft x 3ft x 22" 19mm Crystal ckear braceless Tank build for our customer.
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