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soggycookies last won the day on September 23 2020

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  1. butterflies and genicanthus are more peaceful fish compared to the others on your list, so adding them first would be a good idea. as for water quality, generally all of them need stable parameters to thrive. that said, tangs are more prone to diseases due to their thin slime coat. bristletooth tangs are supposedly the most peaceful tang but ime they are aggressive towards blennies and gobies that resemble blennies, probably due to competition over their food source(algae). they do eat detritus but they clean up film algae and diatoms better than acanthurus and zebrasoma tangs, which eat mor
  2. pretty sure yellow tangs are still available. see them quite often, just that their prices have spiked, almost doubled. as for hardiness, the butterflies are the most delicate, so you’ll probably want to add them first if possible, followed by the genicanthus angels, then tangs and finally the coral beauty. one main challenge you will probably run into is getting your tangs to coexist peacefully with one another. depending on your tank size, this varies in difficulty. also, adding them together may make it easier at first, especially if they were all bought at the same time. that said, ther
  3. New harvest. fcfs collection in Pasir Ris Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. update: fiji yellow leather found. frag still available for trade with other rare leathers. offer me with pics if interested thanks Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  5. Looking to trade a frag(approx. 3.5” wide, fully encrusted on frag plug) of this pink pulsing sinularia for other rare leathers, preferably like the ones in the title. mother colony: Please pm or msg me @ nine6three6zero7four0 if you have any you’re willing to swop. cheers Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  6. A throwback(to a year ago) photo of my mangroves a few months before I sadly had to decommission the system due to renovation works. Thinking of planning for a small mangrove setup again soon. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  7. Currently searching for this fish(Cheilinus fasciatus). Have not seen it anywhere for some time. If you’ve seen any for sale at LFS or have one you’re willing to let go of please let me know! Thanks Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. $25-75 depending on where you buy from Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  9. see them at places like iwarna, de aquatic, ah beng aquarium occasionally Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. Dry rock if you can tolerate the ugly phase when diatoms and other unsightly algae tend to grow first, definitely a better option for lesser likelihood of pests like aiptasia or bubble algae getting into your tank, but with live rock(especially ones well-established enough) sometimes you don’t even see the initial diatom bloom Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. acans aren’t exactly easy lps either. go for euphyllia like branching frogspawns but stay away from torches at the beginning. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. My favorite cyan toadstool’s growth over a few months: Aug ‘20: Jan ‘21: Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  13. imo a foxface grows too large for a 45G. if you’re planning on getting an angel, go for dwarf/pygmy species, and add them last. angelfish tend to be the most territorial eventually. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  14. Yes. But do it gradually. it is much easier to get fish into low salinity water immediately from a higher salinity but the same can’t be said for the opposite. do it in increments of 0.01-0.02. correct, prazipro doesn’t work on velvet and ich. it’s typically for internal worms and larger external parasites like flukes. cupramine is one of the safer options of copper for treating fish. that said, i would avoid dosing too much at once, but initially get it to half dose(0.25 mg) and then to recommended strength(0.5 mg) 2 days later and keep it there for 2 weeks. all the best Sent from Si
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