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  1. Bought from haiyang $1xx 1 year ago. Pic below from haiyang. Pic above is the haiyang BTA from my tank, split 3 times. Letting go $30/piece. Opens nicely, around 7-10cm. Stable piece, split and kept for at least 6 months. Selling as I got another BTA colour variant! I have 2 anemone pots, so would like to free up 1 for the new BTA colour variant! Collection at 738087. PM me! Or tele/WhatsApp at 8one23 7four98. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    3 points
  2. Giving up hobby, got stroke so unable to take care. Consist of 1 small blue tang and 2 common crown, some snail and cleaner/pepermint shrimp Hailea hk 150 Fluval 13.5 AR reed salt (3/4) Free if u can take all the livestock else they will be thrown away Location punggol Message me @ 93897718
    2 points
  3. Waterbox peninsula15 (less than 8months ol) with filtermedia, return pump and nano skimmer $140 Dymax spacex light (less than 8months old) $100 Bubble magus skimmer C3.5 $60 Get tank with light for $220 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    2 points
  4. Selling this piece at a steal of @$1200. Super bright halo ring and deep black Center with purple skirt. (Not some Stratocaster posing as Stratosphere) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  5. Letting go the fishes below . Good day reefers ,Letting go the fishes below . Purple Tang x 2 ( 3.5incher / 2.5 incher - $150 each , 2 for $260. Blue hippo Tang x 1 - $50 Pintail Fairy wrasse male - $70 Roseafacia Fairy wrasse male - $160 Girdle Fairy wrasse male - $100 Flame hawk - $100. Full moon goby - $40 Yellow wrasse - $20 All fishes are healthy and feeding readily . Non juvenile size . Diet : All fishes on pellets and mysis mainly . Collection at bukit panjang , night time . Preferably collect by this Saturday . PM me to discuss further . Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    1 point
  6. Selling for $8 Getting bullied by tankmates Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  7. Appx 30cm by 30cm, more than a foot in size grown on rock. At least 7 types of monti in there. - Sunburst, Chilli pepper, royal purple, lime green, starry, red, green with purple rim, might have a sunset somewhere in there Selling at $300. Collection at kembangan. Pm or telegram me @caulifloweric to deal
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  8. Hi bros, As requested, these new Sps frags are available: 1. Fireworks ( blue tip purpish body n red polyp- New release)- $35 2. Bali shortcake (nice colouration) - $35 3. Bali slimer (super lumi) - $25 4. Asd acid rainbow millie - $30 5. Super red millie (New release n big frag)- $30 Collect at loyang. Watsapp to 93364474 - i respond faster.
    1 point
  9. Looking for cheap corals to try out, prefably $20 and below, near sengkang/punggol area Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  10. Clearance price: $120 Collection: AMK
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  11. Pm nyos.. Sent from my SM-F936B using Tapatalk
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  12. Selling this 7 inch tear drop maxima clam. Been with me for 2 plus years and selling with clam base where its foot is attached. 135 sgd. location pasir ris. Pls pm if interested. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  13. Had sent you my contact but no reply. Now reserved. ???
    1 point
  14. Wts approx 10cm long Lyretail Hogfish with beautiful markings. Been in quarantine tank after bought from LFS for close to 4 weeks. Treated with copper, antibacterial and antiparasite. Enthusiastically pellet feeding and stable. View feeding video here! Selling at $100. Whatsapp 976zero5838 to deal at Amk. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  15. Changi GH Pharmarcy sells it.
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  16. Bumping reduce price rainbow hornets $130. XC - Illusionist $150. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  17. Finally caught this greedy and aggressive 7cm dottyback eat anything u give with me one year plus Self collect at depot road $8
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  18. Good Morning, Im interested in the stripey. Im Mark. Hp:98288403. Please let me know. Thanks.
    1 point
  19. Hi i have these colored up Sps frags available: 1. Bali shortcake - $35 2. Purple valida with green polyp - $25 3. ASD acid rainbow millie - $30 4. Walt disney (small but brightly colored) - $25 5. Homewrecker (v big frag): $ 30 Photos taken under radion blue led. Collect at loyang or nearby mrt Pls watsapp to 93364474 to deal
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  21. Got 4 packets. $16.00 each. Brand New. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  22. @jnwh21 Sent from my Redmi Note 9 Pro using Tapatalk
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  23. Bumpie! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  24. Just a newbie reefer, but here's my opinion! Kalkwasser's primary objective is to raise PH, besides the small additive of Cal and KH/Alkalinity that it provides. The general advise is for reefers to try kalkwasser, then move on to either 2-part or CR (Cal reactor) to supplement the uptake of the elements, since you can start-off with a low intensity of kalkwasser mix (1/2tsp per gal), and gradually work your way towards full saturation (1.5-2tsp depending on brand). However, the drawback is that you can only add as much kalkwasser water into your tank depending on your evaporation. Ideally, since a new tank wont take up so much calcium and alkalinity, kalkwasser is a great start. Furthermore, if your consumption starts getting heavy, you can look into 2-part dosing (Cal and Alk) to supplement the KH consumption. To some certain extent, it can precipitate a lil of the phosphates in your tank as well! 2-part's really useful since it allows you to control how much you want to dose the cal, and how much for alk as well ... This means, in some way, you can tune the levels of cal and alk in your tank to your liking. You don't really get this in your cross-the-counter solutions like Kalkwasser and AFR (All For Reef). However, with that being said, the dosing pump had better be those which could continually drip the kalk into your tank, i.e., a peristaltic pump (can search up kamoer, they've got really good ones) Here's a kalkwasser calculator that I use. https://www.hamzasreef.com/Contents/Calculators/KalkContribution.php All the best
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  25. Open about 7-8cm $15. Pm me if interested. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  26. Around 6 to 7 cm frogspawn to go at 30 dollars location bedok. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  27. Kindly WhatsApp 92971884 if keen. Location 579727. WYSIWYG. 3cm++ Godzilla Yuma - $220 ‘Alter Ego’ Montipora, (Encrusting), on standard plug - $120
    1 point
  28. Unique Patterned Rainbow Blastomussa. Limited Frags Available! Kindly WhatsApp 92971884 if keen. Location 579727. WYSIWYG. Single Large Head, No Smaller than 1inch @ $70. 2 Heads, 4cm @ $90.
    1 point
  29. i asked SAS about it, they said its ok. can use, its probably some oxidation that happened. but for you to confirm again, you might wanna ask them personally. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  30. About 8-10 pcs of rbta on rock with Kenya tree + gsp... Whole thing open about 2 open palm size.. $50. Collection in cck. Please bring own pail.. Interest whatsapp 91882242. Thanks Sent from my SM-G998B using Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  31. Hi bro PM Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  32. Have the following pearlberry frag to sell for $20. Please whatsapp 9071 8848 to deal. Collection in loyang or sungei kadut. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  33. Kindly WhatsApp 92971884 if keen thanks. Location 579727. WYSIWYG. Oz SSC, ~ 4cm - $35 Oz SSC Variant, ~5.5cm - $35 (Mama Colony Pic attached) PC Rainbow Fully Encrusted, ~2.5cm across - $30 Orange/Green Base Orange Polyp Tabling Acro - $40, (Mama Colony Attached) Grafted Sentosa, ~3.5cm, Nice even colour - $80
    1 point
  34. Left with 2. Both for $10. Tele @twenhao
    1 point
  35. Dragon soul 3-4 hds $70 Deadpool mushroom $30 Yellow hammer x3 hds $25 Take all for $100 fast deal Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  36. Up for Ghost skimmer (up to 20gallon of water) Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  37. Optional item as a set red devil Skimmer rdc $80 (rp$120) maxspect jump 2k wavemaker $120 (rp$220) in sump algae scrubber $80 (rp$120) light inled r80 160 watt with mount $400 (rp$650) Al160 chiller 150$ rp 200$ All quite new, less than 1 Yr.
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  38. Deltec 1000 skimmer -$199 Radion xr15 G4 x 2= $499 Maxspect pump controller and PSU- $279 Skims Micro Algae scrubber MBR157- $229 Clarisea 5000 -$299 Caribsea rocks 4 caves and other packs around 40kg- $149 RODI unit- $299 used for 6month Tropic Marin Pro reef salt- 15kg $50 Brightwell code A 4l -95% left - $49 Brightwell code B 4l - 95% left - $49 Brightwell bacter micro bacter 7 -2l $49 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  39. Radion xr15 G4 = $200 each 2 x Maxspect gyre wavemaker with controller XF330 - $279 Skims micro Algae reactor MBR157 = $220 Clarisea 5000 = $250 RODI unit - $299 still have 6 month of warranty left. Tropic Marin pro Reef salt 15kG $40 Brightwell code A 4L -95% left $49 Brightwell code B 4L -95% left $49 Brightwell micro bacter 7 2L= $49 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  40. 24K 2H $120 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  41. Hi bro, interested in your gold and grren torch. Can watsapp?
    1 point
  42. HAHA so sorry sir, I suspect we have different definitions of ‘reliable’. I’ve never dealt with you before…enough said I guess
    1 point
  43. For those who requested for more photos
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  44. $12 self Collect at Fernvale Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
    1 point
  45. Currently running a 2ft (60cm) IOS. Hope I do a fair bit of justice in addressing some of your reefing questions 1. SPSs don't necessarily have to follow high-tech/demanding/costly systems. Simply put, just keep your nitrates and phos's at a tolerable level. Assuming that you want a mixed reef, with LPSs and SPSs, then keep the nitrates and phosphates at an acceptable level. Get test-kits like Hanna for the ULR... or if you're on a budget (like me) then get Salifert's for a start and work your way up the test-kit. Personally, I run a chaeto reactor (DIY) and a Bubble Magus QQ2 skimmer that's just hanging at a dead spot in the tank! I do put a bag of carbon and a small bag of GFO I DIY using a tea-sock in the overflow. That being said, I change my filter-floss almost every other day, since I target-feed RedSea's AB+ as well as Polyp Lab's ReefRoids. 2. A mature tank itself is a good nutrient export system. But if you don't have that luxury, then ensure that you keep your beneficial bacteria up either by introducing them after your water changes (Fritz 9, Nite-out II, Dr Tims etc.), and also control the harmful ones. You can try wet-skimming (i.e., skimming more/aggressively for a lighter skimmate), or clean the filter-floss/sock regularly so the food you feed doesn't end up becoming nutrients for the pest algae. It is good to note that light, and water parameters play an essential part too, besides keeping the water at a pristine condition for your corals. 3. It depends ultimately. Reefers here advise once a week for IOS, but I think a sump tank can go well with 1 to 2 weeks without water change, assuming you keep checking your parameters (Ammonia, Nitrate, Nitrite, Calc, Mags, KHs, Phos etc.) A good rule I follow is, if I tend to feed heaviler, then maybe doing a bit of water change will help bring down the harmful stuff. But it's again worth to note, changing water, in a tank with substrate can become dangerous if you don't stir your sand-bed... The list goes on, but plan ahead and it should be okay! 4. Chase consistency, don't chase numbers. I learnt this the hard way, when I underdose and overdose back in the past. Being 4 months into this hobby had opened my eyes to a lot of stuff! Ultimately, I owe thanks to other senior reefers in this forum for guiding on the right way to maintain a reef tank. You can always check out YouTube or other medias for great advices, but find one that works for you and stick to it. My advice at the end of this is, if the stuff in your tank is working, try not to touch or fiddle with it. Often times, getting TOO involved into your corals, such as finding placement etc... and shifting it around, tends to annoy and piss the hell out of them. Plan ahead... place them in... then watch them grow! All the best in you mixed reef adventures!
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  46. look good .. But i think this is not blue dragon right ?
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