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  1. Hey you guys! I'm really sorry for the lack of updates. Been busy with work and work-related courses and the latest shipment of Epinephelus lanceolatus we sold to some of the LFSs before CNY. Did anyone buy them? If so, thanks! Anyway, I'll be posting updates soon. We're working on the new 650,000 litre tank, it's a @#$%ing monster! Oh! And I'm holding a pub quiz this coming saturday at 25 Arab Street. Lets turn it into a SRC meetup! https://www.facebook.com/events/659455790848687/
  2. Yes Bunster, still available. Call me at 9862 7310
  3. Lol. I've got more people interested in silversides than anything else.
  4. Sorry, those silversides aren't for sale yet. I need them for an experiment.
  5. Saltwater and freshwater. We have them at 10 and 20 salinity. They're capable of between 0 and 30 salinity almost instantly at this age. Should be raised in saltwater though.
  6. Damn.. wanted the derasa... when you say Giant Squamosa, which species is it? T. gigas?
  7. Hey guys, I have a few of these to get rid of: Going for $10 each. Currently at 5cm TL. But be warned, you'll need a pretty big tank to house them.
  8. I'm an aquascaper who decided to make a career out of his hobby by growing seafood in a giant aquarium. http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/ScreenShot2014-09-17at13506pm.png.html] Just realised I'm wearing the same board shorts in this pic, as I'm wearing in my display picture with the dog... lol!
  9. Hey guys, I might be doing a tour on the 26th. Keep y'all posted. In the meantime, here's a link to a video: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=818064954893660&set=vb.267990176567810&type=2&theater
  10. So I finally got my lobsters in... Specifically Panulirus polyphagus http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/ScreenShot2014-09-10at11103am.png.html'> And I got these Melicertus lasticulatus as well http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/IMG_3044.jpg.html'> And a few rather massive Diadema setosum as well. http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/IMG_3057.jpg.html'> I'd love to know what this is though... Anyone know exactly what species of coral it is? http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/ScreenShot2014-09-10at11138am.png.html'> Oh! and check out this local dragonet! It's Callionymus erythraeus http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/IMG_3040.jpg.html'> And several of these beautiful peacock soles! Pardachirus pavoninus http://s9.photobucket.com/user/xnsdvd/media/IMG_3027.jpg.html'>
  11. It's that fine white sand normally used in Deep Sand Beds
  12. There's some good information available here: http://www.wildsingapore.com/wildfacts/plants/seaweed/chlorophyta/sertularioides.htm And if you'd like some, why don't we do some barter trade? I'll give you 1kg of C. sertularioides for a bag of C0 sand =D
  13. It's Caulerpa sertularioides. I'm not sure how suitable they are for smaller tanks, they've been known to smother coral. But for a large tank like this with lots of herbivores, it's brilliant.
  14. Cleaners. And to feed the humans when they get bigger.
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