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jonanaz

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  1. Currently reserved! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  2. Selling pulsing xenia frag mounted on frag plug! Stable frag. Mounted at least a month ago and has been growing on the frag plug and is almost covering the whole frag plug when open. Asking for $15. Please PM if interested! Located in the west Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  3. Hello all! Looking for an AI Prime HD. Please do PM if you are letting go Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. After some consideration, maybe it is time for me to get a chiller HAHAH but given the space i have, i think i can only squeeze in something like a HS-28a! I was wondering if that would be enough for a 2 feet tank?
  5. Thank you for the replies!! Maybe I'll just have to stick to my current small tank then i was hoping that keeping a larger than would allow the temperature to be a little more stable since I was able to achieve relative stability in temperature and parameters. I'm currently able to keep LPS in my small tank now with fan on!
  6. If anyone else has opinions/suggestions please do let me know [emoji4] any help is much appreciated [emoji120] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  7. Thanks for the reminder!! I won't be going into SPS for quite some time I think cos I haven't learnt to appreciate them yet [emoji53] prefer to see movement from the corals [emoji4] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. Beautiful tank [emoji7] [emoji106] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  9. Thanks !Yup the location is out of direct sunlight! Only a little indirect sunlight at best [emoji4] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. Thank you for the really detailed reply!! I'm planning to only keep LPS and softies with no sps! I actually can use the method of testing you suggested! I have a 2 feet planted tank at that location! Currently the planted tank's temperate is the same as my 30cm cube (around 27-28°C). I would assume it would be similar if I upgrade to a 2feet reef tank [emoji1] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. Hello all! Sorry for the late reply! This particular fish is ok! It wasn't a case of brook, so it might just be a scratch[emoji1] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. Hello all! After reefing for about 6 months, the poison has caught on real quick! Im looking to upgrade to a larger tank of about 2 feet. However, due to space and budget constraints, a chiller is not an option would it be possible to use fans to cool down a 2 feet tank ? So far my 1 feet cube has been running on a fan and the temperature is pretty stable around 27-28 degrees, with LPS doing quite good with large polyp extensions. Wanted to get an opinion on whether a fan would suffice for a 2 feet tank! Thanks in advance!
  13. I got one a few weeks back too[emoji4] it's quite easy to keep! Doesn't require any special care requirements, but maybe don't blast it with a wavemaker! I think you should try keeping it! Its really nice when the polyps are out Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  14. Hello all:) looking for small sized euphyllia frags (frog/octospawn and hammers)! Please do PM me if anyone is selling!
  15. Xenia frag on the right is available again! Please PM if interested!
  16. xenia and zoa frag sold! one more xenia frag pending collection.
  17. One buyer decided go pass on this so 1 more frag available for $5 Also have a 5 poly frag of horizon zoas for trade for any other zoas frag/soft corals. Selling this for $7 if anyone wants to purchase it! Has been on the frag plug for a few weeks so it's a stable frag! Do PM if interested! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  18. Selling 2 pulsing xenia frags that have been attached to small rocks for $5 each only! Already attached to rocks so you wont have to worry about frag plugs destroying your aesthetic [emoji6] Deal in west Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  19. thank you! actually i think it might be the dead tissue since it was gone and only the skeleton was left for the head that died! there hasn't been any alk swing since i tested today! the other LPS are doing fine, which is why I'm a little confused on why this particular head would melt overnight
  20. Hello all! Wanted to seek a 2nd opinion after asking a few reefers. Is this brown jelly disease ? My hammer coral frag melted overnight for one of the heads. The other dead is doing ok and so are other LPS. Any help is much appreciated! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  21. Looking for cuttings of macroalgae (besides chaeto) especially red macroalgae:) small cuttings will do as i'm intending to see if i can grow them for display. Thanks in advance!
  22. Hello! I'm a beginner too with mainly soft corals in my tank and a few LPS and SPS. I agree with what Willy has mentioned about water change as the main source of nutrient replenishment. I started dosing dkh supplements about 2 weeks back because I have some small SPS and LPS frags, who require more nutrients to build their calcium carbonate skeleton and my dkh level was still a little bit low after water changes. I considered the easy way of dosing 1 part supplements, but upon further research and talking to other reefers, I realised its better to dose individual supplements depending on your
  23. Hello! I'm a newbie too I think more senior reefers can advice, but my opinion is: 1. Use RODI water and salt mix cos tap water has impurities that will cause a lot of algae later. I think proper water is the most essential investment. 2. For my nano tank it took about 4 weeks if I'm not wrong, but I think everyone's tank is different. I just checked using nitrate test cos I wanted to save money and because nitrite and ammonia test will be seldom used after cycle (in my humble opinion) but the most accurate way is to test nitrite and ammonia too. If you're testing nitrates only, there s
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