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muzi

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  1. As above, one small tub of Chaeto to be given away. Please respond to this topic instead of PM thanks. Collection at Clementi 120454. If no takers today will be disposed. Thanks.
  2. Fish collected. Thanks to the fellow reefer who collected and to all who expressed interest.
  3. Wow. Thanks for all the interests. Sorry if I did not reply to your PM. Currently reserved pending collection tomorrow.
  4. Around 2 inches and collection at 120454.
  5. Hi, want to sell this little terror of a fish. Fat and healthy but is a bully. $50. PM me if interested. Thanks.
  6. I hope I am wrong, but looks like your hammer is melting.
  7. Nice zoas! I have trouble getting them to propagate. Feeding spikes my ammonia and nitrite so I dare not do it now. Envious of those who have a fully grown zoa garden.
  8. I believe a chiller is useful. At least you don't have to worry about your tank when the mercury hits 33 or 34 degrees on some days.
  9. Anyone knows if Dragons Breathe Algae is available in SG? https://www.whitlynaquatics.com/products/dragon-s-breath-macroalgae Thanks!
  10. I think both white and blue should be fine. Both my rbta and gbta stays put with my predominantly blue lights.. Maybe my feeding them every few days is an incentive for them to stay where they are.
  11. Nice! Would you mind sharing how much water you change every week?
  12. imo, a chiller is a worthwhile investment for the tank, as it is hooded, water temp is considerably warmer compared to tanks without hoods. besides, it greatly expands the selection of corals u can add to the tank.
  13. i have seen that skimmer before, but thought it was too big.. never tried to put it into the display nano at AM though.. maybe i'll try that the next time i visit there..
  14. amazing... i'm seeing things i'd probably do when i have my own flat.. i hope my weekly contributions to singapore pools can help me..
  15. oo.. i saw this at AquaMarin and thought it was too big for the nano.. now i can solve my skimming woes..
  16. hi! nice setup u've got there.. i've also just shifted my 10 gallon nano to a 24G nano cube.. didn't have the luxury of time to cycle the tank properly as my mom was making a big hoo haa for me to get my old nano out of my room.. some fengshui concerns blah.. anyways, just wondering if you found any protein skimmer that can fit into the nano? been looking around but have yet to find any that can fit into the last compartment.. any suggestions?
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