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  1. Dear Members, It has come to our attention from the authority that there has been a few members receiving official warning from our local authority regarding the excessive sales of live corals in the community going beyond as a hobbyist letting go overgrowth frags to becoming a part time coral seller in the community . Please note that the pasar malam section is mean for members to offload excess or overgrowth coral frags only. As such with effect on 03th Sept 2020, - Sales of coral , frags is limited to Max 5 per week per member, please start a new topic once the limits is
    4 points
  2. Came a long way have been reefing since December 2016. When i decided to convert from 6ft arowana tank to a nano marine tank. Well all I would say it a lot more expensive to maintain a marine tank as compare to arowana tank. So far many good things had happened Upgrade from Nano to a 2ft. After 3 years now my tank is fully stock up with different LPS why i only choose LPS well firstly my tank is rather small can't really keep SPS as they are less aggressive as compare to LPS. Just focus on one type. My over all favorites are still hammers different design, colors as compare to torches.
    3 points
  3. 1) Normally i will restart my QT tank after each successful or failed round. For filter sponge will throw away and replace with a new seeded one. For media, I will bleach it to ensure is clean and remove the medication within the media. 2) Drip acclimated slower if the temp different is big. U should try to aim for below 28c for ur QT tank using a fan. Sensitive fish don't really do well if the temp is too high. 3) After completed all treatment for the fish, do a water change and put carbon in to remove the medication in the tank. Observe the fish for 3 days to a week to ensure all good befo
    3 points
  4. Hi Fellow Reefers, My name GQ and here to share about my tank Spec Tank: Red Sea reefer 350 wavemaker: Nero 5 and Rossmont M7200 Return: Rossmont Doser: Kamoer X4 plus and F4pro Lights : 3x AI hydra 26, using signature series spectrum skimmer: Red sea skimmer 300 chemical filter: activated carbon and GFO in mesh bag Running refugium plus algae scrubber both powered by Ai Fuge. ATO: Using red sea inbuilt gravity fed Top off tank Chiller: Hailea HS 90 Dosing: Red sea ABCD plus Redsea calcium and Alk. Fish list Yellow tang, dory, 2 bicolor anthias, 3 chro
    2 points
  5. My QT is my Nano tank 12 gallons, its my first tank and it failed miserably so i convert to QT hehe. its comes with rock sand skimmer chiller and ATO. i keep it running 24/7 like my main tank as i sometimes will buy fish and coral so there is immediately a ready QT for them. hope it helps. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  6. wow this morning wake up to something new! my chromis spawning and its spawning on a weird place....algae clip! Anyone chromis also spawn? got success raising chromis fry? Sounds like fun project incoming for phyto, rotifer! Still waiting for my clowns to spawn haiz.. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  7. Hi Guys, Need you guys help for setting up this tank. i want to put fish and stone only. ( Maybe Sand but some say if fish only then dont need sand is the best ) Do i need protein skimmer ? ( Maybe BM curve C7 or C 9 or other brand ) Use RO water or Tap ? ( I have 3 stage RO DI only ) How to change water ? ( Small tank i know.. but this is 6ft.. ) Thanks Guys!
    2 points
  8. as above, abt 2" size @ $10.00
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  9. Added some gonios recently & wanted to make sure the sand bed area was not too bright. Think this is ok but on the end of the range. Read that about 150-200+ should be about right.
    2 points
  10. Got some extra frag to let go 1. Flaming sun 2. Nirvana 3. Armour of god 4. Magician 5. sparkle krak Interested Pm me or WhatsApp also can 9654 8959 Sorry admin if I there is some mistakes and did not comply to the new rules and regulations pls let me know where is the mistake if possible Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  11. Designa perc $70 for the pair, fat n healthy, eats alot. If u can't view the vid, please PM me. Collection Bedok South 469298 VID_20200919_090810.mp4
    2 points
  12. Giving away a normal clownfish and skunk clownfish. Pm me if keen.
    2 points
  13. Mine 6 x 2.5 x 2.5 fowlr tank. Fish bioload are enormous as its ard 60-70 fishes. Twice or once wc per month. Change one blue (120L) barrel or change 1/2 tank if once a month. Using tap water, mix with prime and salt. Have RO unit but it's only for my ato. Ro unit for such a large tank will take a few days and I don't have the habit of aging. VID_20200822_151106.mp4
    2 points
  14. Last post for today, a wet quiet Sunday and a long overdue fts. Haven’t post a fts for 5 months. Thanks for viewing. Good night, reefers!!
    2 points
  15. Never use a UAS before so unable to give best advice but below is my experience for ur reference. I run my refugium lighting period at night and off in the morning, opposite from my DT lighting period. But I use my refugium to maintain PH and house copepods rather than nutrient export. Hence, u will need to consider a few points. If u shorten ur light period will it affect ur nutrient export? Will ur PH fluctuate alot at night? I think is gd for the water to continue circulate even the light is off. Hope this help.
    2 points
  16. Reef is now just over a year old and corals have really taken off the past several months, in terms of growth and colour.
    2 points
  17. I have a small RBTA between 10 to 20 ct size. I can give it to u. Self-collect at bt panjang if u interested.
    2 points
  18. Forgot the name of this frag Should be mind bender. $40, more than 50pp Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  19. 1.5L X 4 containers $50 Comes with tubing Washed and cleaned PM to deal http://skimz.sg/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=211 Thanks!
    2 points
  20. Beautiful, may I know what this piece is called?
    2 points
  21. Latest update of Singapore marine Live fish store (24.08.2020 ) 1. IWARNA AQUAFARM Location: Aquarium Iwarna Pte Ltdn 70 Pasir Ris Farmway 3, Singapore 518234 https://goo.gl/maps/CX6FAyS6vNVmXg7G8 2. PINNACLE AQUATICS Location: 164 Tampines Street 12, #01-291, Singapore 521164 6386 0060 https://goo.gl/maps/458F4mGtZoy6XQ7B7 3. SUPREM3 CORALS Location: 264 Tampines Street 21, Singapore 520264 https://goo.gl/maps/nbYjUvSLfXRVmfc48 4. C2 MARINE (NG COUPLES) Location: 1 Pasir Ris Coast Industrial Park 1 Singapore 518235 Tel: +65 9639 5355
    2 points
  22. Selling single head ric at $65. bright yellowish orange. Fully open about 1.5”. It comes with a free mushroom as well [emoji5] Keen pls pm 97316576. Collection at Bukit Batok area. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  23. not too sure but from what i read on other aquarium forums, there are different grades of glass used for aquariums(higher vs lower iron content). unless yours is crystal glass/some of the higher grade glass with a lower iron content, some of the more regular options have a tinge of green to them. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  24. Please note that to prevent spamming and protect members, New Registered Member need to have Min 10 meaningful posting in the other section, before being able to start a New sales thread here. You may share your tank journey, ask question or help others to gain your posting and not by spamming Thank you for your co-operation !
    1 point
  25. agree with my fellow refer, what are your aims? Just to help you, here is some info on lights... The strength of light is measured in PAR, and the different colours refers to the lights 'SPECTRUM' (also look for high PUR in this regard). as such we tend to look at lights for our reef tanks in those terms, rather then just Watts. But there obviously is some correlation. A very rough rule of thumb would be to have 4 to 8 watts of light per gallon, but that is old school measure and not always representative. Here is a good resource that discussed PAR values for corals... Also this chann
    1 point
  26. Hi, pm you Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  27. Saw some at coralfarm Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  28. Spot feeding gonio with Reef Roids Bugatti Chalice (Not so) Pink Stylo Bali Slimer Blue Dragon Another recent addition - Sunset Millie Halloween Crab hanging around the candy cane Another new addition - Trachyphyllia Valida. The new growth continues to have bright coloration SSC
    1 point
  29. Finally went ahead to change the Alkatronic pump tubes after 2.5yrs of use. The original tubes are running fine but decided to do some preventive maintenance just in case. Hate to have a situation of a cracked tube and get salt water or reagent leaking all over the place. As many know, I avoid to put my hands in the water. Main reason is sensitive skin and the other is to avoid getting oils into the water. Did a small mod to the acrylic cover to help slow eating scolymia finish their meal. Some coral pics. Taken with DD Corals Lens (Gen2)
    1 point
  30. GSP on live rock. Appx 9cmL x 6cmH @ $10 Orange sponge. Appx 8cmH @ $15 Pleass PM me if keen. Collection at CCK. Thanks!
    1 point
  31. Just acclimatize your LS slowly to your QT parameters.
    1 point
  32. Part 5 Decided to change my cabinet abit..took out my the cabinet front door and modified it to be my electrical control board..here is the outcome [emoji3] Have not really setup the wires properly as more equipments need to be added..slowly doing up [emoji28] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  33. Better pic of the purple pocci Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  34. Too big for my tank Collection amk ave 4
    1 point
  35. I started with FOWLR too and slowly slowly transitioned to a LPS and Softies heavy tank over a year time. Started with a few friendly reefers giving away cheap zoas to try out, and soon after, is the weekly trips to the lfs to hunt for affordable and easy corals. Now as the tank is filled full of corals, Started to buy the more premium lps and soft corals to make the tank stand out more. Go slow and mistakes will surely be made, but pull it through and you will end up with a rewarding tank that makes your friends all go wow!
    1 point
  36. Soft corals are a great easy start; much more forgiving and hardy and certain LPS. Consider corals such as leather, mushrooms, xenias, zoanthids. These corals can handle salinity swings and changes in parameters better. While they are not bulletproof as all corals still need good conditions, they are more adaptable and hardy. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  37. I would say 31 degrees celcius is still a little high for most fishes. You should consider a way to cool your water either by fans, a chiller or other methods. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  38. Thanks! Here's a Montipora Capitata. It's been with me for over a year. Interesting growth form. Creamy-yellow body with purple polyps.
    1 point
  39. Growth in a month
    1 point
  40. A flower bouquet for MOTHER'S DAY
    1 point
  41. At low tide....
    1 point
  42. Water supply... RODI system and several jerry cans for storage.
    1 point
  43. Lights ON, and the 2nd pic showing full polyp extension, after lights OFF.
    1 point
  44. Chromis and Anthias schooling...
    1 point
  45. A classic, the fiber optic pocillopora....
    1 point
  46. Fairly slow grower, plus they don't bother other corals.
    1 point
  47. Weekly water changes, approximately 5% of the total water volume.
    1 point
  48. 1 point
  49. Up. $40 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point


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