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    Yellow Tang OR One Spot Foxface

    my magnificent foxface picks on soft corals all day long.
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    HOB in DT

    most hob skimmer dont post a risk of flooding. the one i like is aquamaxx 1.5. no chance it can over spill even if collection cup is full.
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    Fish shortage?

    the prices of fish and corals everywhere have gone up by 30-40%.
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    Pyramid Butterfly purchase

    pyramid butterflies are reef safe. I had one for years and it was very easy to keep. ate anything i fed it. didnt touch any coral.
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    Getting my anemone into my tank

    as long as the foot wasnt damaged, it should be fine.
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    Lionfish in Reef Tank

    it's a fuzzy dwarf lionfish. Hopefully it wont touch the shrimps once it reaches 6 inches full length. so far, it eats only ghost shrimps.
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    Getting my anemone into my tank

    ice and massage the anemone's foot should eventually cause it to let go.
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    Ricky's Reef (120 Gallon)

    very nice
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    Lionfish in Reef Tank

    https://youtu.be/ez1jwDivBc8 Does anyone keep lionfish in their reef tank? I have one now for 3 months. So far, its hasnt bothered the shrimps.
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    How to Host new true percula to new carpet anemone?!

    feed it once a month with clean frozen food. when your tank matures, u can feed it once every 2 weeks. make sure u have the enough light or your anemone wont do well long term.
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    How to Host new true percula to new carpet anemone?!

    most people recommend not to keep anemones until tank has been set up for 6 month. but haddoni is fairly easy so u should be fine. haddoni anemones love lights.
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    How to Host new true percula to new carpet anemone?!

    just need to be patient. btw, your tank looks very new.
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    evaporation

    humidity more so. if your room's humidity is low, evaporation will be higher.
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    Kessil Club

    when i first had it, no more then 40% intensity to get corals acclimated. after 2-3 months, i had them at 75% intensity max.
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    Live Aquaria Discount Code

    Thanks.
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