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DrJekyl_MrHyde

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  1. Hi guys, pm me if you have any purple, blue, red or any rare colors digtata colony for sale.thanks
  2. USD15 is for the trial offer which is only available here in canada or states if not its USD30 x exchange rate + shipping, I dont think is 400% differences if you work that out.
  3. Saw achilles tang from Iwarna at $90.Is that expensive as been out of this hobby for almost years
  4. Selling Rio nano skimmer at $30 which i bought not more than a week ago. It almost brand new as i just use it ones for test run as it is not suitable for my nano tank. Collection will be at kallang mrt,pm me for collection timing if you are interested. The rio nano skimmer dimension: 18.5cm (L) x 11.5(W) x 26cm (H) http://www.marinedepot.com/protein_skimmers_taam_rio_nano_skimmer-ap.html
  5. I was looking at some info on algae turf scrubber... and was wonder my tank length is only 40cm by 30cm width... does anyone diy small algae turf srubber for nano tanks?
  6. Good question... havnt got kh test kit for it..will get it soon..
  7. Though of that too..but don't think I have the space for reverse lighting for chaeto or any macro algae...thks anyway.
  8. Hi,was wondering what can I do to maintain ph of my 6 gallon tank in range after lights off.. During the day when the light are on..my ph range are normal from 8-8.2.. But after I off the light it will drop slowly to 7.39 ..which I think is not very good for a reef tank...what can I do ?
  9. Anyone seen them in spore yet or know lsf that is able to bring them in ?
  10. Everyone knows the harlequin shrimp (Hymenocera elegans or H. pictus). It is one of the most ornate invertebrates on the planet and has the somewhat ghoulish habit of slowly eating sea stars. But do you know about the harlequin’s kin, Phyllognathia ceratophthalma (both shrimps are in the family Hymenoceridae). This odd shrimp, which is known in the aquarium trade as the Bongo bumblebee shrimp or the spiny tiger shrimp, is rarely seen in the wild or in the aquarium trade.
  11. Ups for u bro,I got a few pcs from fuel and kept it in my 5 gallon nano. The frags are very stable and they are doing great!
  12. U can check with fuel... he might have some CB ones...
  13. Anyone can double confirm if cf has them now as I was there 1 week ago... Didn't seen any..
  14. What color are the ones u seen at cf and how big are they?
  15.  Crinoid Squat Lobsters, Allogalathea elegans, are tiny crustaceans that make their homes on Crinoid Feather Sea Stars. It is thought that Crinoid Squat Lobsters host on Crinoids for protection, since Crinoids may have an unpleasant taste or toxin and are rarely eaten by predators. Crinoid Squat Lobsters also obtain food from their hosts; these kleptoparasites use their chelipeds to comb food from the Crinoids’ feathery arms. Crinoids Feather Sea Stars are nearly impossible to keep in captivity, but Crinoid Squat Lobsters do not require a Crinoid host to thrive in a home aquarium. Crinoid Squat Lobsters are not actually lobsters, but are small, peaceful crabs of the family Galatheidae, closely related to Porcelain Crabs. Their coloration is variable; individuals adopt the color of their host for camouflage. The most common colors are black, white, and yellow. Most Crinoid Squat Lobsters are smooth, but some can be rather spiny, further helping to blend in with their host. Allogalathea elegans can be distinguished from the nearly identical Galathea inflata, also a Crinoid Squat Lobster, by having a longer rostrum that extends far past the eyes. Crinoid Squat Lobsters are very peaceful and will not harm small fish, corals, or invertebrates. They are territorial, solitary creatures, but more than one may be successfully housed in a large aquarium. Disputes can be avoided if at least 10 gallons of territory is allotted per each Crinoid Squat Lobster. A single Crinoid Squat Lobster makes a perfect addition to a small nano aquarium. Crinoid Squat Lobsters are easy to feed and should be target fed pieces of frozen mysis and other meaty foods. They are hardy and adapt well to life in aquariums, but like other crustaceans, they are sensitive to copper, nitrates, and changes in salinity and water quality. Avoid aggressive tank mates or those large enough to consume the Crinoid Squat Lobster.
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