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  1. Very nice rock scape! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  2. Still need a few more posts[emoji28] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  3. Haha joining the club[emoji23] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. Saw at pinnacle aquatics on Monday, can call to check if they still have Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  5. Nice hang on box! Curious to know where you got it from Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  6. Collected! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  7. Reserved Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. Hi all, Looking for a new home for my 5 inch peacock mantis shrimp. His name is Petal and has been with me for 5 months, fed a varied diet of shrimps, clams, crabs and unfortunate housemates. Letting him go as I cannot manage so many tanks:( PM me if interested
  9. Maybe it is not hungry. They don’t need to be fed very often. I feed mine twice a week, any more and it will just take the food and leave it outside his house like yours. In general I can tell it is hungry when it spends more time out and about looking for food Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. It’s hitting the stick and grabbing the food but not eating? What mantis shrimp is it? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. You’re intending to keep more than one mantis in the same tank? I think that is tragedy waiting to happen.. Even if your tank is really huge, there’s still a chance they’ll get into a fight and you might lose one. Feeding wise, a variety of foods is best. I give my peacock pieces of prawn, clams with the shell on and small live crab. Can get those from supermarket cheap. Sometimes will soak the prawn in Selcon too. If you have a spearer, can consider the occasional live feeder fish too. A bit cruel, but that’s just nature[emoji28] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. Just give it time to acclimatize to its new environment. They are very hardy and should be able to tahan some salinity swings. Make sure to provide a pvc pipe or someplace for them to hide and feel safe. Mine is hidden in his pipe most of the time just occasionally peeking his head out. Except when he is hungry then he will swim around actively Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  13. The brand I use is red star fish. Hangs directly onto the glass, maybe you can google it for a better idea. The way it works is almost the same as an inverted bottle. My 2L canister lasts about a week and a half for a 2ft tank. If you don’t wanna invest in chiller now maybe can just get a fan first and start with hardier corals. The ATO will help with the insane evaporation. Tho I do agree with the others that chiller is the way to go if you want nice corals. No one said this hobby is cheap[emoji23] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  14. For the evaporation you can get an ATO. I’m using a gravity fed canister that you hang on the back of the tank. It does look a bit messy but the amount of work you save is SO worth it. Plus it will be more stable than manually topping up everyday. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  15. Use API Furan-2 powder. Mix in one packet per cup of saltwater, soak affected zoas for 20mins, rinse with clean saltwater and return to tank. Soak again for consecutive 3 days. If it doesn’t get better after 3 days, let zoa rest for one week before trying Furan treatment again. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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