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  1. All to go together at SGD50. Self-collect only at my place @ Clementi. 1. Purple Ochtodes (Golf ball size) 2. Green grapes (big handful) 3. Prolifera (big handful) 4. 10 mini starfishes 5. Green razor (big handful) PM TO DEAL
  2. New batch available. Item 2,3,4,5 to go together at SGD40. Self-collect only at my place @ Clementi. 2. Green grapes (big handful) 3. Prolifera (big handful) 4. 10 mini starfishes 5. Green razor (big handful) PM TO DEAL
  3. Found at least 5 mini brittle starfishes while replanting the Ochtodes macros to spread their growth. These guys are really good at multiplying! They are now in the Mini stars husbandry ready for sale
  4. Thanks! Ah yes and it creates alot of food naturally too though i've been overfeeding the tank
  5. Here are the photos update for the month of Nov. And so I have jumped into the dark side of coral keeping. No idea how it will work out in this warm tropical tank without a chiller. A rock of hitchhiker mushrooms that have been in my tank since the beginning seems to be doing well. So I thought why not grow a Yuma/Ricordea garden on top of the seaweed garden. The Yuma/Ricordeas were added about 2 months ago and the Pulsing Xenia was introduced recently. So far so good, except for one of the Yuma which has 'turned white'. Gotten a beautiful new orange sponge recently, didnt have much luck with the blue, the yellow sponge which has been in the tank for over 3-months is still alive and doing well! The Mangrove is finally able to stand on its own without any artificial support, thanks to its overgrown roots and the Blue Ochtodes. Tiny fanworms started sprouting on the sandbeds! The C.Prolifera is dominating the sandbed fast as well. And this Banggai cardinal has decided to make this leafy forest its shelter. And some more photos of the inhabitants
  6. Very lucky to find these two different kindof Gracilaria! I've tied them up together, hopefully, can figure out how to grow them this round.
  7. Hi Sleexox, No more seahorses, my tank is not suitable after all. One of them 'died by wavemaker', another became too stress and developed gas bubble. Some others got harassed by the fishes. I've decided not to take the risk again, at least not with the current species in the current setup.
  8. New batch available. Item 2,3,4,5 to go together at SGD40. Self-collect only at my place @ Clementi. 2. Green grapes (big handful) 3. Prolifera (as shown in the photo, same container as green grapes) 4. 10 mini starfishes 5. Green razor (big handful) PM TO DEAL
  9. All to go together at SGD40. Self-collect only at my place @ Clementi. 1. NOT AVAILABLE 2. Green grapes (big handful) 3. Prolifera (as shown in the photo, same container as green grapes) 4. 10 mini starfishes 5. Green razor (small handful) PM TO DEAL
  10. lol oh no, i wouldnt want urchin, tang, angelfish and snail which feed on the macro in the refugium, unless the macros are growing faster than being consumed
  11. The light leaked will definitely encourage algae growth in another area, and as long as the Chaetos are the majority of the nutrient fixer, it shouldnt be too big of an issue. But why do you want to contain the algae growth to only the reactor? Algae growth outside the reactor is not a bad thing unless they're clogging the pump/bio-media. I guess illustrating with photos would be a lot more helpful?
  12. Hi Sherman, Thank you for accommodating to my timing! Hope the macros and stars are doing well in your tank. Lets grow this 'niche' interest
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