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  2. December 2017 POTM Submission thread (Anything goes)

    This is the best picture of something in my tank. You take awesome pictures with you phone .
  3. Pink milli frags

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  5. Last Sale Of The Year!

    Last Sale Of The Year! Get 40% off Livestock! Use Coupon "LS40" Get 10% off Drygoods! Use Coupon "LS10" Only at! ALL orders MUST ship by 12/15/17 (Only one coupon per order. Drygoods and Livestock Must be placed in separate orders. You must use the coupon at checkout to receive the discount. We will not add it for you. Sale ends 12/13/17 at Midnight est.) Looking for a great Christmas gift for the reefer in the family? Check these out! Gift Certificates Fragging supplies for the fragging addict. SaltCritters Decals Santa Sacks Reefer with an Algae problem
  6. Fiji rock

    I have about 100 lbs of reef rock selling about.$5 lb
  7. 30 extra high turn key

    Sold lock it up Captgreg got a great deal
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  9. Birdsnest colonies for sale.

    Large pink colony $30 Large green colony $30 Small ponape colony $15 Small pink colony $15 .
  10. Black Widow nem

    Sold admin please lock up thread.
  11. Free chaeto in Picayune

    Today is Harvest day I got a big bunch that needs to go
  12. Rose bubble tips for sale.

    Interested, call me at 225-692-1855
  13. Fraghouse corals

    Thanks... never been to one, looking forward to it...
  14. Natural Reefkeeping

    Natural bio-chemistry.
  15. Mark's Marine artificial rock info

    I definitely agree with you on scrapping the rock Ken. I had suggested replacing the rock as soon as I ruled out the other possible causes of tank issues, but the customer wasn't ready for a tank overhaul that involved. The tank is a 180g, so it's going to be a bit costly to reset the tank with all new rock, labor costs, probably new sand, etc.. so I told the customer I would ask around first to make him feel a little more comfortable about pulling the trigger on a full tank reset.
  16. I apologize for the late post. I've been very busy as of late. Please let me know if any other pictures are needed. Thank you
  17. All you want for Fishmas is...

    All you want for Fishmas is... Today is the Third Day of Fishmas!
  18. Grandis pallys for sale Lafayette

    South side by Kaliste Saloom and camellia .
  19. POTM November 2017 Poll

    Looks like we have a shootout guys. Get those votes in!
  20. CO2 Scrubbers

    Has anyone ever used a CO2 scrubber on their skimmer to raise pH? Do you have any pics of a DIY CO2 scrubber you might have made, and how did it work for you? I never used one on my other tanks and they were fine, but I'm thinking about giving it a try on my 30g build. I'm not interested in chasing a target pH number, but if it'll regulate my pH a little higher and give me a little more growth I think it might be worth giving it a shot. Seems like the cost of this color changing media is astronomical though...I did find some "high grade granular soda lime" on Amazon for a reasonable price, but has anyone ever used that stuff?
  21. RedStickReefer's Dream Build

    My Radion mounts came in today. I couldn't stand it, I had to put them on the tank. 2017-12-07_05-34-00 by Jensen Esneault
  22. Zoanthids

    Jeeves, be sure to check the market section here at BRK. Many hobbyists are listing corals for sale there.
  23. cycle a new tank.

    Mike, you can start cycling the tank now with dry rock and sand if you would like. You can put a small piece of live rock in the tank to have a starter culture of bacteria, then feed that bacteria with an an ammonia source (I like to use Dr. Tim's ammonium chloride drops for cycling dry rock). Normally your fish produce the ammonia that feed the bacteria, but you can substitute the fish for ammonium chloride to keep your bacteria populations healthy while you finish getting the tank setup.
  24. Hammer coral struggling

    Keith, try separating them to see if that helps.
  25. upgrade from 25 Gallon Hex to 180 gallon

    To run the mars aquas you'll need a signal converter board as these lights are 0-10v, apparently some are analog and some PWM but the converter can do both types. The controller LED channels put out 0-5v PWM signal. You'll have to open the lights and add the converter internally then run the signal wire from the controller to the light. Here's a link with a little info that might help. this talks about the pvm issue
  26. Breaking down tank sps sale

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