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  1. Happy 3rd Birthday Giveaway! One lucky winnner wins IntelligenceOcean R60. How to participate: 1- Like & Share Post 2- Post a pic of your hammer garden under comment section. Entries start 17/3/21 - 21/3/21. Our team will pick one [emoji256] winnner and annouce on 26/3/21. *** -1 entry per reefer -Not eligible for personnel associated with lfs. -In case of any disputes, we rms team will make the final decision. Rem to follow us at #reefmarketsg • • • #RMS #supportrms #sgreefsupplies #sgreefclub #allmymoneygoestocoral Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    5 points
  2. One thing I love about this hobby is the constant ability to learn something new. However, there are also occasions where it is worth learning something old. Techniques that reefers used historically but are in dire need of resurrection, forgotten heroes (or heroines) so to speak. As such I wanted to share a few topics on reefing that I hope you find useful. So let's start the ball rolling with the first forgotten hero... Sulphur Denitrifiers. For the life of me I just don't understand why Sulphur Reactors are not more popular after all they are possibly one of the easiest "set and
    3 points
  3. Equipment looking to let go. Black hydra 32-$400 (bought mid October 2020, full box+receipt) 2016 apex- comes with energy bar, ph & temp probe, auto feeder, ( no display unit). Those of you who wants to try out apex but don't wanna make a hefty investment, good place to start. $350 Deltec 1500(non DC skimmer), newest model -$350 All these items have been tested and are 100% working condition( welcome to test before collection). Only listing those that I would wanna upgrade down the road once new tank is up. Unlisted equipments, pls do not enquire. Thank you. Sent from my SM-G9
    3 points
  4. Don't bother to wait. If there is no flesh, it's hopeless. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  5. I think both of you are saying the same thing. People tend to perceive the skimmer as a mechanism to inject O2 into the water. Thats not true. A skimmer enables additional gas exchange so that the chemical potential of O2 or co2 in the air intake is same as that of the dissolved gases in the water. So it is tending towards equilibrium. So if O2 is higher in the intake air, then it will appear as though the skimmer is reducing DO in the water. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  6. Here’s the start of another new journey and also another new tank thread to keep track of my progress. The allure of the beauty of this hobby is just too great to resist. This is probably the third decent tank build I going to do after 14years in this hobby. My last tank wasn’t that great and encounter quite a lot of challenging problems (tank crashes 3x). The last crash was the last straw I decide to throw in the towel and decom. For this new tank, I decided I want my tank thread to be more fun and less serious/stressful (haha) to look at rather than write about the technical aspects, the
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  7. I've started to journey into the microscopic world of the reef tank. Invested in a good microscope with a camera hooked up. Its great to be able to pinpoint issues and apply the correct fix. For example : Is this dinoflagellates or diatoms? What kind of algae is this? Or be able to identify various parasites. For a start, many have experienced brown jelly disease on hammer & torch corals. The common advise is to discard it immediately as the brown jelly can spread. Another common advise is to dip the coral with coral dip or with iodine to disinfect it. This post hopes to g
    2 points
  8. Can consider HK 150A if space allow. I use it for my 50litres nano preciously. Now upgrade to 170litres and still can continue to use. Can save money if you want to upgrade one day Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  9. all??? dun greedy lah
    2 points
  10. Free. Big sailfin tang at least 15cm, refer to first post for details. Needs a big tank. Giving up hobby. PM me to arrange. I may not be able to respond immediately. Thanks. Free.
    2 points
  11. some close up Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  12. Some of the recent pics I can find, when tank is in proper lighting and glass panel clean. Whatsapp for videos or more pics & prices. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
    1 point
  13. hi just checking if anyone is keeping stripeys with yellow or purple tangs and if they are aggressive towards the stripeys Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  14. Actually, considering that you first found them when the lights are off, I suspect it's something else. Do you have Cerith snails in the tank? If you have, I think it may be Cerith eggs, they look similar but Ive never see them move so much before. Maybe your tank has very high flow haha
    1 point
  15. After lurking the forum for a few years, allow me to share my reefing experience. This is my aquarium-in-progress. ACROPOLIS Acro: 1. (greek) the highest point; 2. Acropora, a genus of coral -polis: (greek) city This aquarium draws inspiration from the famous Acropolis of Athens. This scape reminds me of the majestic ruins on top of the acropolis, the meandering path climbing upwards, as well as the sprawling civic districts at its feet. Coincidentally, the name also can be interpreted as acropora city, a good fit of the corals home to this aquarium
    1 point
  16. I don't see the point in dosing nano tanks under 10g. If your salt mix is good, regular weekly water changes are more then enough to replenish the major and trace elements. If you do want to dose, I recommend you save your money and get a pipette, far cheaper and you can dose after a water change. As for chiller, Maybe one of those Chinese mini chillers that shrimp keepers use. Got many models, but can look something like this.
    1 point
  17. If it's actually the Arabian cowrie, you may have lucked out on the individual. Very good and efficient algae grazers, may even eat bryopsis haha. Problem is they may get a taste for polyps, and it'll be downhill from there. However I would recommend that you continue monitoring it to see if it is actually disturbing the GSP, chances are the cowrie is just eating the algae on the plug. If in the unfortunate event that you do see signs of it getting eaten, then you remove it from the display. Here's someone who had the same experience as you. https://www.na
    1 point
  18. Looks like bacterial bloom bro, they sometimes make slime that will catch debris. I'm sure with some good husbandry, they'll be gone
    1 point
  19. Wow that’s a huge level of consumption. What size system do you have ? Has implementing the second skimmer to serve as a form of gas exchange increased the pH at the same level of a CO2 scrubber? Thanks again for the wonderful input [emoji106] I shall dive deeper and seek alternatives before implementing the CO2 scrubber! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
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  21. This is a new year for SRC, as part of our aim to provide more educational information for our members, we will be starting a new tank this year. which we hope as we document the process and stock up the tank, it will be the source for us to share some useful information, equipment reviews, reefing tips and tricks as well as when we try to review some of the myths and fact in reefing. Stay tune and don't forget to subscribe to our tank build thread and check out the process of this build . Brief introduction of the setup; Main display tank - 48" x 24" x 20" ( Lx B x H ) Su
    1 point
  22. All items are used unless stated! Brand new!, M2 coupling kit (brand new) Letting go at $13 each!, $25 for both! Hanna copper checker $60 (Good for those who wants to try copper treatment) TLF Julian’s thing (target feeder) $15 Flipper 18” platinum hand scrapper $20 5cm circular/square plate $0.5 each (New) bought way too much. Jebao Ow-10 $35 used in sump to circulate chaeto only Jebao Sow-15 $45 used for salt mix ANS mini bacteria house (washed and dried) $60 (10kg) WTG flood light (white),for a 1.5L pokka green tea a little rusty, previously used to grow cha
    1 point
  23. $20 frag still available collect at bukit panjang
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  24. Hi Reefers, I have a pink/red Cynarina to let go @$95 fully opened it is about 10+ cm. It's been with me for a while but getting too large for my 2ft cube. I will deliver to you on Friday or the weekend. Telegram @jleong24 or WhatsApp 961626four6 I won't actively check my forum pm, so use telegram or WhatsApp. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  25. Found this web site and think is cool. Not too sure it has been post before. Just hope this is helpful http://www.theaquatools.com/building-your-aquarium Cheers
    1 point
  26. chill monti And purple monti price negotiable! 1 - $30 / 2 inch 2- $10 / 1 inch 3 - $30 / 2 inch 4 - $30 / 2 inch Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  27. followed you on insta, do post more! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  28. Following this thread Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  29. 10pp $20, collect at Boon Lay Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  30. Actually I have no clue yet what to get. Was hoping if someone can guide me or point me to some shops that I can go ask around. I was told some beginner's corals do not need chiller so at first I was looking at IOS tank. However, IOS means next time I want to add things like chiller, etc, there is a limited space. Given that the tank is already small due to the internal sump. So if the price difference is not that much, I am open to external sump also.
    1 point
  31. Very nice torch there ! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  32. Have the above item to sell as won in lucky draw.. Price $450.. PM if keen.. Deal in west area.. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  33. Maroon Clown to give away. Can be aggressive to other clowns. CCK Sent from my POCO F2 Pro using Tapatalk
    1 point
  34. A1 and A2 reserved Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  35. B11 99 (posted wrong price in 1at post)
    1 point
  36. Small Garden Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  37. approx 15cm x 7cm $20 pm if interested Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  38. Selling the above for $800. Splitting into 2 heads. PM me for arrangement. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  39. very skilled photographer! Sent from my SM-F700F using Tapatalk
    1 point
  40. Teal base orange rim Adonis
    1 point
  41. Kindly WhatsApp 92971884 if keen thanks! location 579727. Fully Expanded no smaller than 11cm, welcome to view to verify coloration/size, asking $700. Utter Peace Paly, $180/pp. Single Polyp Frags available.
    1 point
  42. 1 - Valida $5 2 - Bird Nest $15 3 - Blue Pavona $15 4 - Pocillopora $15 5 - Gold Hammer (2H) $55 WA 98212678 Collection East Side Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  43. ~10cm across diameter of the whole bunch $40 Deal at Tampines East WA Eight8two07twoeight0 Thanks for viewing!
    1 point
  44. Currently in my tank running. Used for 4-5months RFS : upgraded to gyre wavemaker $60 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  45. Just updating Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  46. Credits to Jem sept 2017 Sent from my SM-A710F using Tapatalk
    1 point
  47. [emoji51][emoji51] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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