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    That is what happens when I'm not around enough I...

    That is what happens when I'm not around enough I forgot to even check thread dates... :14:

    All I saw was one repsonse and off I type...
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    top is definately palythoa sp. bottom is prob...

    top is definately palythoa sp.
    bottom is prob (95%) favia, but may be micromussas or acan. hard to tell
  3. Thread: Turning red...

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    Top looks like H. corymbosa or Green Temple,...

    Top looks like H. corymbosa or Green Temple, first time I've seen the reddish on it. Might be a different sp, ssp, or cf.
    The second is H polysperma cf sunset. Illegal here in the states as it...
  4. Thread: refractometer

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    I bounce in and out, mainly out until a few days...

    I bounce in and out, mainly out until a few days ago. I remember the days of old when AC was new... blah blah blah

    But glad to liven things up while I have a few spare moments thumbs2:
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    Need a better pic, currently I am leaning toward...

    Need a better pic, currently I am leaning toward a keyhole limpet... but honestly can not tell from the photo...
  6. Thread: refractometer

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    :hmm3grin2orange: Being as I had absolutely...

    :hmm3grin2orange: Being as I had absolutely nothing to do with it. You are welcome :P

    :hmm3grin2orange:
  7. Thread: Which Light

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    :: still drooling, eyes glazed:: yes Master, yes...

    :: still drooling, eyes glazed:: yes Master, yes Mistress your guppies are coming forthwith... as soon as I ca... yes right way... ::wanders towards the freshwater tanks with a brine net in hand...::...
  8. Thread: HELP things dying

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    check copper levels as well. pH seems a bit low...

    check copper levels as well. pH seems a bit low to me. I prefer to keep mine around 8.6, but watch your tank your corals will let you know what you need. I do agree a WC is a must, make sure temp and...
  9. Thread: Which Light

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    because you are a reefer addict... I mean that...

    because you are a reefer addict... I mean that in a kind and cruel way...

    ::Wanders away singing to his corals, gets distracted by his Mantis shrimp and starts drooling::
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    Depends on which tank / breeding area. 12g...

    Depends on which tank / breeding area.

    12g Nano 1.024
    5g Mantis tank 1.024 (I love my Mantis shrimp... plural btw)
    30g Frag 1.024
    Phyto cultures 1.019 to 1.020
    Pod cultures 1.021
  11. Thread: Staff awards

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    I know it has been a while, but I dont make it on...

    I know it has been a while, but I dont make it on very often anymore. Congrats Algenco and... who is this Fins character... hmm... congrats to you too!!!

    Thanks for all the hard...
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    Visual appeal my friend, visual appeal. I'd...

    Visual appeal my friend, visual appeal. I'd rather have more plants than more what fiberous ropes winding through my tank, tying up my fish and robbing the shrimp...
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    Shop lights are good, shop lights are your...

    Shop lights are good, shop lights are your friend...

    when you have more money, then you can buy another tank and get more shop lights... I have grown just about every generia of aquatic plant out...
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    Happy B Day

    Happy B Day
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    :14: First off swords are rosette plants not...

    :14:
    First off swords are rosette plants not stems...

    Secondly most swords will overgrow a 10g. That being said, 1.5 WPG is a little low for swords, they prefer 2.5 to 3.0 WPG with lots of root...
  16. Thread: Over filtration?

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    First off, no you can not have too much...

    First off, no you can not have too much filtration.
    Secondly are we talking FW or SW?
    Third what size tank?
    Fourth what size and type of filter(s)?

    As has been said you can have too much...
  17. Thread: Plants?

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    So long as the "stems" are non toxic plastic then...

    So long as the "stems" are non toxic plastic then tenatively yes. Be careful of dyes and if the "stems" have the metal wire inside then definately not as it would posion any inverts and might cause...
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    While it is "ok" it is not ideal. Sword plants...

    While it is "ok" it is not ideal. Sword plants are heavy root feeders, as Smaug stated trim the roots to 2" and place a root tab beneath them. Make sure to have 3 to 4" of grave below them. Only...
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    Quite right. There are over thirty species of...

    Quite right. There are over thirty species of "Ghost Shrimp" and no one can tell them apart visually. They cover the water gamut, from freshwater to pure saltwater. Some of the "freshwater" varities...
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    Every American citizen of legal voting age needs...

    Every American citizen of legal voting age needs to contact their representative and tell them they will not be voting for them next election if the representative does not try to kill the bill prior...
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    The picture is very blurry. Try looking at the...

    The picture is very blurry.
    Try looking at the first picture here:

    http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=pregnant%20swordtail&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi
  22. Thread: Sick Angel?

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    Honestly Nitraban does not work as well as I...

    Honestly Nitraban does not work as well as I would like. It just binds it into an easy format to be removed from the tank but it still there. The two best methods are A.) Waterchanges of 25% per week...
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    Lady Hobbsy is right. In addition, plecs have...

    Lady Hobbsy is right. In addition, plecs have been known to rasp scales off of large bodied fish such as angels. Having bred angels commercially, you will want to do an immediate water change while...
  24. Thread: I am so, so sorry!

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    Sorry to hear about your troubles. Glad you are...

    Sorry to hear about your troubles. Glad you are back. Things have been hectic for me as well. I'll try to be on more often... lots of club business, loss of personal business, changes in work...
  25. Thread: Ghost Shrimp

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    Ghost Shrimp is the common name for close to 27...

    Ghost Shrimp is the common name for close to 27 different species of shrimp, the majority of which will only hatch nuptuli in brackish water. Unfortunately, without a DNA test you can not tell them...
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