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  1. Photo from my last tank counted? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  2. Clearing my torch garden as they are stinging my other corals. All are fully coloured up and with me for at least 4 months Chendol torch - $50 Aussie 24k Gold torch 3 heads-$350 Holy grail 2 heads-$550 Dragon soul 3 head-$250 Kryptonite candy cane $10 (accidentally broke off, while catching fish) Pm if keen, collection in the west. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  3. hawaiian ding dangs - $5 blue berry fields - $10 captain jerk paly - $10 Magician - $15 sakura sunrise - $15
    2 points
  4. Still lingers on ....prefer very stable fish maximum body size 3" excluding tail not interested sri langka gem tang only keen on German gem tang hehehehehe
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  5. Taken this round. Any bros want can "pre-order". Will PM you when next available.
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  6. Leftover rocks for sale Take all 80 PM if keen thanks. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  7. 1 - UFO Chalice $100 2 - Stag $20 3 - Honeycomb Leptastrea $20 4 - Pink Cyphastrea $15 5 - Gold Lepto $20 WA 98212678 Collection East Side Coral Blog www.coralfrags.sg Sent from my ELE-L29 using Tapatalk
    1 point
  8. Price revised. Skimz MBR157 $230 (please note this is the larger one) Skimz Dosing Container $40 External probe for Hailea (new) $15 Phosguard 1L BN $28 Cupramine 250ml $14 16mm quick disconnect pair. $15 NLS Marine Pellet 95% $10 Kamoer dosing tube holder new $10
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  9. Take note these were grown in freshwater. Have 7 plants left, $10 per plant. Take all for $45 collection in the east Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  10. All in great condition WA me for photos. 93221328 Tank 1.6K 50% discount from new price - No rust and no scratches. Skimmer $250 Wavemaker $230
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  11. A - $30 B - $25 Collection at Jurong East area Whatsapp 94376338 if keen Sent from my SM-N970F using Tapatalk
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  12. Reducing my corals... Mother piece not frag 3cm, $200 92954138
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  13. Brand new hanna nitrate checker for sale $90 pm if interested
    1 point
  14. Update remaining available coral… 1. Green base, Purple body, blue tip mushroom (6cm) @ $25 2. Pandora (I think) Zoas (over 20 polyps) @ $15 Take both at $35. Thanks! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  15. Red Sea 250 limited edition with mable laminated 2 yrs plus condition 8.5-9/10. Viewing and confirmation with non refundable deposit. $750 (collection around 1 mth from now ) Red Sea RSK 300 skimmer $275 Coral as attached photo Yellow circle $5 Red circle $10 Black circle $35 Green circle $15 Blue circle $20 Some close up shot photo as well Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  16. Selling off KH Guardian (KHG). Good for reefers who thinking of skipping their manual titration weekly test Great and excellent workhorse. Only aesthetic defect the screen border slightly rusting. I have also upgraded the nozzle to V2. Comes with additional -AIM Module(to connect to APEX) - TP Link (Direct Link to Wifi) - 2 bag of reagent (good to last u 6months) Self collect at CCK. PM to deal.
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  17. Kindly contact me @ 9oneone7 two4two5 if you are interested. Collection @ 753104. Thank you. #1 Orange blue green echinata colony ($100) #2 Bicolor yellow head purple body favia colony ($70)
    1 point
  18. Small RBTA for sale. Self collect at West Coast Gardens. $5 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  19. 1. Blue tang :$15 2. Blue ring angel (Juv ):$30. 3. Yellow tail damsel: 5 for $12. 4. Common clownfish: 3 for $8. 5. Clarkii clownfish: 2 for $12. 6. Maroon clownfish: $5 each. 7 Green blue chromis: 2 for $5.
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  20. Selling the following. Deal at Bt Batok area. PM or whatsapp @ 92370381 if keen. Pics taken in blue light with yellow filter. No photoshop. 1) Bugatti Chalice : $320 Frag is 3.5cm across. Mounted on 2cm frag plug Cut from palm sized mother colony about 3 months ago. Very stable. Mother colony : 2) Bugatti Chalice : $230 3cm across. Mounted on 2cm frag plug Cut from palm sized mother colony about 3 months ago. Very stable. 3) Bugatti Chalice $180 3cm across. Mounted on 2cm frag plug 4) Branching Golden Hammer. 4 stems/heads. $90 Some stems are splitting and have 2 mouths. Total around 6-7 mouths. Side view Note the above is taken with yellow filter in blue light and may look quite yellowish. This is what it looks like in whitish light. 5) Branching bi-color hammer. 2 heads. $50 0621f42a-e334-40a5-a2d2-bc85acbd56ed (Large).jfif
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  21. Pm me at 84995566 for fast response. Cole toon at bukit batok Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  22. solid zoa garden there◡̈
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  23. Letting go a healthy & stable Sohal Tang around 4’-5’ that is feeding on mysis and nori at $150. Self collect at Punggol and bring own container or plastic bag. WhatsApp 8661 3271 for videos Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  24. Same bro when i was cycling the tank. Every tank are different. I used microbacter quick cycling kit. Although it says 7 days, my tank took 21 days. Good to get ammonia to add once your tank are cycled. One it feeds the bacteria, secondly you would want to see that the ammonia drop to 0 within 24 hours than your tank is good to go Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  25. I was shared by a friend that his concern is K1 might generate lots of Nitrate. Actually, I have noticed that not many Reefer using K1 media at all for their reef tank. I am also not very sure whether K1 is good or not for a reef marine tank. But, I am very sure that K1 is very good for fresh water tank. After further consideration, I have decided to keep the K1 going and will monitor the possible / potential benefits for reef marine tank if it works. I am open for any opinions from reefers here in this forum to share their thoughts, opinion or experience in terms of K1 media for reef marine tank. There is no right or wrong answer, mainly just for sharing purposes
    1 point
  26. Hi bro, don't worry about nitrite actually, nitrite is not toxic in marine tanks even at fairly high levels. But since you are monitoring nitrite already, then also since you are still cycling your tank, it is not a bad thing to see nitrite! That means that your cycle is moving on nicely. As for nitrate, it is also very good to see it now, as that means your tank is almost completed its cycle. Just let is be for a few more days and wait for ammonia to go to zero. Once Ammonia goes to zero, then your cycle is essentially complete. I would do the water change only once cycle is complete, maybe even up to 50% since your nitrates are fairly high. Once that's done then congratulations, you can add fish!
    1 point
  27. i m using poly medic. it work for me. reefsafe Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  28. 2 heads/Mouths $40 Collection @ Yishun St.81 Sanjay Hp:92987789
    1 point
  29. Opened to check, didn't touch water. From freshnmarine. Will provide receipt for warranty. Asking 200. Pm. Sent from my SM-F916B using Tapatalk
    1 point
  30. Wow, very nice 10G Nano Tank !
    1 point
  31. Item have been reserved with deposit Sent from my VOG-L29 using Tapatalk
    1 point
  32. Ah very interesting read. Yeah I figured that a stable kh is more important then a particular target to reach as such. At 7.7 I seem to get reasonable sps colours and growth. So might just stick to this. as for fiddler crabs on rock outcropping…was thinking about it but decided not to due to waste ( another life form to take care of). Was thinking of actually planting a single mangrove sapling to it , mainly for aesthetic reasons!
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  33. Hi all, I have the following SPS colonies or frags from them to let go. Realized that I have similar ones after coloring up. You can follow me on IG @simsreef too. All stable colonies with me for a couple of months already. Aussie lime with purple colony $140. Palm size. (difficult to frag) tabling colony. Indo red/pink with yellow tips. Some green at the base. Photo doesn't do the real color justice. I have 2 similar colonies. 3/4 palm size. $120 for entire colony, frags start from $15. Huge aussie pinkish/gold millie colony. Bigger than palm size. Letting go entire colony for $180. Nice tabling effect too. Frags start from $20. Blue indo tenius colony(WD or homewrecker? Not good with names haha). Larger than palm size. Can see pink and yellow coming out. Entire colony for 180. Frags start from 20. Unknkw name but very nice aussie frag $45. Actually like mini colony, multi branched. Huge palm size aussie colony, pink with yellow polyps. Very nice when polyps all out. $180. Frag start from $20. Whatsapp me at 9651four90two. Prices can be discussed haha. Trades are welcome too! Collection Hougang.
    1 point
  34. Update.. Starburst Montipora frags: Frag 1 (Large): 3" by 2" @$55 $40 Frag 2 (Medium): 3" by 1" @$45 Frag 3 (Small): 2" by 1" @ $35 $20 Green Torch with Blue tips: 2 heads splitting into 3 @ $40 1 head + 1 baby head @ 25
    1 point
  35. around 10cm $70 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  36. Close up pics of the money cowrie. It came as a tiny hitchhiker on a coral colony many years ago. Grown a lot. It was crawling above the fiji pipe organ this morning. This is what the underside looks like This is what the top looks like. Interesting to see the shiny shell. And if it feels safe again, the feathery tentacles appear through the shell within a couple of seconds. Top view
    1 point
  37. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  38. Selling for $50, pick up at 828823. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  39. Up! Feel free to PM. 1) Skimz Calcium Reactor CM157DC 6months old, (already clean up) at $220 3) Marine source Kalkwasser Stirrer 5.0L at $90 5) Microbe-lift Kalkwasser - 90% at $20 Collect it at the Sembawang.
    1 point
  40. Bought in April, still in warranty from Ah Being Aquarium. Unit is unused, plugged in to power to test only. Note this is Pro 2 the wifi version. $70 if you can collect by this weekend (10-11 Jul 2021). Strictly deal in Clementi only at postal code 120454. Please respond to this thread only if you are agreeable to the above and I will PM you my contact. FCFS. Thanks. P.S. I am not trying to be difficult, but it is very difficult to manage and track all the PMs and whatsapp messages. Seek your kind understanding.
    1 point
  41. Letting go 770x500x400 IOS Tank Front crystal glass. Should be ready to handover this weekend. Tank @ $120 (almost 2yrs old) DD JumpGuard @ $40 (2months old) Red Devil Skimmer @ $120 (less than 6months, no other skimmer this size can produce skim this dark.) Piping for return pump and skimmer included. Location to deal @ Hougang. Sent from my SM-N975F using Tapatalk
    1 point
  42. not sure about that. but I'm keeping torches, hammer, frogspawn with leather finger and toadstool with no issues. probably when you frag the leather just need to becareful, don't frag it in the tank as it will release toxin.
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  44. Yellow filter photos. Some love it. Some hate it. It provides a better representation of colors of certain corals we see under blue light that is typically not possible to photograph. At times it over exaggerates the fluorescent colors of LPS. Coral fluorescence is determined by the glow (or scientifically called "expression") of green fluorescent like proteins (GFPs). Even though the name says Green Florescent Proteins, they come in various colors - from cyan to red & yellow. Quick google research suggests that fluorescent proteins (FPs) are reported to play an important role as photo-protectants and antioxidants in corals subjected to stressful temperature conditions. That is, to act as a screen to protect the algal symbionts (zooxanthellae). GFPs have peak emissions around the 485nm range. OK....anything more is beyond my level of understanding. Let's just enjoy some pictures instead. White light (no yellow filter) vs Blue light (with yellow filter) comparison. No color enhancement via photoshop. Other pics with yellow filter (no photoshop) Miyagi Tort (frag previously from Mike Stone) Frag previously from Vik Hosting this pectinia for a friend
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  45. I see But I never had this problem with previous tank (using Hanna too).
    1 point
  46. All marine creatures require freshwater just as we do to survive, they just process it differently. Since their bodies are less salty than the water surrounding them, to prevent the loss of needed freshwater they take in seawater, process it to eliminate the salt molecules, and then retain the freshwater to maintain a balance with nature. When the salinity of seawater is lowered, or hyposalinity is applied, it results in a lowering of the osmotic pressure of the water at the same time, thus the related name Osmotic Shock Therapy (OST). Fish and a few other sea creatures can withstand and adjust to this change in pressure, but protozoan (Cryptocaryon/White Spot Disease, and Brooklynella/Clownfish Disease), dinoflagellate (Oodinium/Velvet or Coral Fish Disease), and flat worm (Black Spot Disease) ich organisms cannot. Reduce this necessary pressure, particularly rapidly, and they literally explode! Although delicate corals and invertebrates may not immediately rupture as ich parasites do, these too are marine animals that cannot tolerate exposure to low osmotic pressure, resulting in a rather quick death. When is hyposalinity most effective on ich? Hyposalinity is largely ineffective on mature ich parasites that are well protected in the gills surrounded by thick mucus produced by an infected fish, when embedded deep in the tissues of their host, and during the final encrusted cyst stage of life. It is primarily during the free-swimming phase of life when newborn organisms are released from a mature cyst, and before they have the chance to fully attach and develop into mature parasites that they are most vulnerable and can be eliminated with hyposalinity.
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