dgiglio3087

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  1. dgiglio3087

    WTB chiller.

    I have one. dont know the model off hand. I'll get info for you though if you'd like, text me at nine eight five 707-8025
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    Dead live rock

    Just weighed it all. A little more than 182 lbs , $160 for it all.
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    Dead live rock

    I have two 30g trash cans filled with dead live rock that was taken out of my 210g and placed into fresh water. The rock needs to be washed in muriatic acid to clean off algae and aptasia. $2per lb unless you buy it all, then $1 per lb. i also have a case of reef crystals salt un opened for sale. Try replying here or text only to nine eight five 707-8025
  4. dgiglio3087

    Moving a 250g tank into a 75g tank

    what's the ratio on the muratic?
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    Pair Of maroon clownfish

    Slidell. The person above is no longer interested. The fish are still available. Free to good home. Hate for them to go to the fish store
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    Pair Of maroon clownfish

    Hey I have an adult pair of Maroon Clownfish if anyone wants them let me know, their free. I bought them as a breeding pair but I'm not certain. I'll post pics if need be.
  7. Hello old friends, its been awhile since my last post here, and thats because I haven't done much with my tank. Plus I change hobbies like most people change their underwear 😉. I originally had a 75g tank, then wanted a bigger tank so I went with a 210g tank. Then once I got the 210g tank i realized I had completely lost my mind. A 210g tank was not feesable for me. The result was an under equipped tank, which combined with neglect, has turned into a tank filled hair algae and aptasia. Well I'm tired of having a poorly maintained aquarium in my living room, so I'm going to be moving as much of the live stock and rock/sand into my 75gal tank. Before I move it over I need get rid of the algae and pest nems off the rocks and the few pieces of coral I have left. I figured I would fill up a trash can with bleach and just bleach all the rock. I really gotta make sure I start off with a pest free tank otherwise I'll be right back where I am now. Any suggestions on how to clean everything up before transferring it to the new tank? Thanks in advance, and happy New Years!!!
  8. dgiglio3087

    June POTM Voting Thread!

    Great shots everyone
  9. dgiglio3087

    Building a breeder set up

    Hey that's awesome man. I wish I hadn't lost the parent fish that those babies came from cause since then I've been pretty unsuccessful with the cardinals. But I'm glad you still have those 3. Are they starting to mate at all?
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    Building a breeder set up

    Yeah I'm pretty sure that's what it is. The photo I posted was taken a day or two after she laid them.
  11. dgiglio3087

    Building a breeder set up

    hey man I'm not sure if they "hatched" or if they were eaten. They were gone before I even posted the pic of the eggs. They got to the point were I could see silver eyes in them, and I didn't think to break out my camera to document them. Next time I will.
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    Building a breeder set up

    So I'm sure those of you who know me have noticed I've been Mia from the site for a while now. I still have the fish/ tanks that I've posted here in this thread, but I think I've all but given up on breeding marine fish for the time being. I just don't have the time to keep up with 3 different systems running at once. So I've decided to take down my 75g tank, the one with 4 seperate sections. Anyways the reason I'm posting this is because right when I think I'm ready to give up on my dream of successfully breeding clownfish, my original pair of clowns layed their first clutch of eggs. _MG_6556-2 by Daniel Giglio (Gigliosgallery.com), on Flickr even though I didn't even try to hatch/save them, it's still exciting to see that I've raised these two fish from ½" babies, and now their laying their first clutch of eggs. I've decided not to get rid of my broadstock for now, but instead I'm going to consolidate all my tanks into 1. Separating the 3 different clown pairs by using the dual overflows and main tank. Anyways b
  13. I would never try this, forget the cost of the tank, what will you do when that thing bust spilling all the water and fish everywhere ruining your house? Just because it's holding outside doesnt mean it will always hold. Plus if you can't afford to have it built right, then you won't be able to stock it either. I could be wrong, you might just like building stuff. If that's the case stick to bird houses lol. Sorry but I wouldn't even try that
  14. dgiglio3087

    Fish for sale

    Hey man I'm sorry benjy, honestly I hope you realize that I haven't intentionally been avoiding you. I've just had so much going on, But the cable is done, it's been done for about 10.5 months . I brought it with me to the meet they had at the northshore harbor center but you weren't there. Dude pm me your address and I'll mail it to your house. Anyways I hope you and your family are doing good, and sorry for the Inconvenience.
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    Fish for sale

    So I'm cutting back on the number of tanks I own, but first I gotta sell some fish First is a pair of maroon clowns. Their a mature pair, I was told they were a proven pair, laying eggs regularly. But I haven't seen evidence of that. Here's the female she's huge 4". Male is smaller at about 2-3". $50 for the pair Captive bred banggai cardinal fish I raise him since he was the size of grain of rice. $30 I also have a pair of black snow flakes but I'm not certain I wanna sell them. I'll get some pictures tonight