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  1. Clearing some overgrown frags (15-20+ polyps each) A- $25, B- $40, C- $ 20, D- $45, E- $20 Prefer to sell as bundle, so take all at $100 Location: near Holland village Close-ups:
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  2. Pearlberry SPS 1- $28 2 - $38 Last photo - Mother Colony. (NFS) Self collect @ Punggol. Thank you and have a great weekend. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  3. Letting this guy go cause my porcupine puffer doesn’t get along with him. Good size(4 inches) and patterning. $40 pm or msg nine6three6zero7four0 if interested Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  4. I have a few smaller pieces of radioactive birdnest. Willing to trade for a can of coke per frag. Collection at bukit batok
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  5. Looks great [emoji1303] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  6. Pending collection. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  7. After doing much of online readings, I kind of decided on the stocking plan for the 12G Nano Reef Tank when the tank completes the cycling process. I must mention that all photos shown in the video (with the exception of the 12G Nano Tank) are owned by various owners that I found online. I am just referring to the photos in the video for me to share my stocking plan for the 12G Nano Reef Tank after the completion of the cycling process. The stocking process will be a slow process (which will takes weeks and months) from what I have learned and I really hope that I can achieve a nice
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  8. Got some corals recently. Dip dip dip. Apparently not all dips are equal - some seem to use proprietary mixture smelling like pine based disinfectants (CoralRX, TLF Revive), some use potassium salts (Reef Primer), some use insecticide & neurotoxins (Bayer Complete). Reef Primer (potassium salts) is my preferred choice. From past experience, its extremely effective for flatworms for both SPS & LPS. The active ingredient (potassium salts) is reef safe, so its OK to get it into the reef tank. Particularly good for fleshy LPS because some will get inside the body & is
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  9. Aloymao888 selling Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  10. High end magnet cleaner. Algaefree Piranhna magnet cleaner $20 Algaefree hammerhead magnet cleaner with scrapper blade to remove coraline algae too $25 Take both magnet cleaner for $35
    1 point
  11. Hi guys. Recently just got 2 yellow tang from ABA. But the both of them keep fighting. So I have to let go of 1. Size is about 2inch to 2.5inch. Healthy and colouration is nice. Letting go at 70. Pick up at Chinatown. FCFS. WA 87499987
    1 point


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