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So I was driving by my local store and noticed a huge going out of business banner. I talked to the owner and he told me the lease was up in December. So as of now he is doing buy 2 get 1 free on the fish and supplies. I told him I would post and let you
Guys I am stumped here! As ya'll know I have kept reef tanks for close to fourty years now and I have always dealt with coralline algae all over everything. Some folks like coralline and I do to up to a point, it can get to be a pain. Well ever since I
I have some algae behind the silicone on my tank that I would like to get rid of. Any ideas on how to do this?
So Aquarist World is just around the block from my office. I go there for all my filter supplies and today was media day. They have some great prices on media and there is a ton of stuff to look at in this store. I took a few pictures of the
I have some Flame algae aka Dragons breath macro for sale 3" to 4" clippings. active club members $10 non active club members $15. shipping not included. will be putting other coral frags up for sale soon.
So, in smaller reef tanks like my 25 there are a lot of things you need to monitor. Water parameters can go awry easily and disasters can spread faster than in a larger reef due to the size. I recently had a bout with cyano algae (
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