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    Neptune Dos Owners

    What you describe sounds semi-dangerous to me. What if you forget to flip the valve, and the dos (hopefully not on schedule, hopefully at least manually) starts pumping tons of elements (what ever it would otherwise be dosing). Just sounds risky IMO. I would rather just do water changes...
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    Risk moving clam, or let it be in a position it can't fully open? (pics included)

    Thanks for the feedback! I am perfectly happy, if he is. Sure he may not be "ideally" placed, but if he is happy, I can see him well enough. I would only move him if he needed it.
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    SC Aquariums Owners Thread

    I don't think it was mentioned yet, but I heard the new tanks with three holes are no longer metric. That said I am still pretty happy with my 66gal. In some ways I think the 75 would have been better, but I have already had enough troubles getting my lights right, I don't need extra inches...
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    Risk moving clam, or let it be in a position it can't fully open? (pics included)

    I recently got a beautiful maxima. While I have had clams before, this is my first clam in a BB aquarium. After getting him I placed him on a spot on the rocks I felt he would be likely happy in. Unfortunately that night he decided he wanted to move, I was a bit surprised how much he ended up...
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    Controlling Jebao RW/WP via Apex worth it?

    I have a detailed post on another forum about how I use mine. I like it a lot, it controls my two RW-8's in basically this pattern: * At night they do left on for 120 sec then off for 60 sec, right off for 60sec, then on for 120sec This creates a nice gentle swaying motion * During the day...
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    Herbie Method Question

    If the plan is to have one full siphon, two emergencies, and one return...that should be safe. I am unsure how much flow you can get through a 1in full siphon, but I am sure someone else does.
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    Sps doing great, now dying fast! Do I have SPS eating nudi's? (pic included)

    I suppose it's possible. I was actually planning on the next water change to start moving back to RSCP. I have been struggling to keep my alk as high as I normally like it with hw-marine reefer. I am just a little surprised that I would run into issues so late in the game....I mean it's been...
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    Sps doing great, now dying fast! Do I have SPS eating nudi's? (pic included)

    So my SPS has been declining over the last two weeks...fast and hard! There have been no new additions for about a month. My plating acro was the first to die. Another acro is looking really bad. My millipora and last remaining acro are hanging in there, but you can tell they are struggling...
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    Help with ID....are these isopods? Can isopods be on snails? (photo included)

    Awesome, thanks everyone! That's a huge weight off my shoulders.
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    Help with ID....are these isopods? Can isopods be on snails? (photo included)

    I am kind of nervous on the answer on this one. I have heard so many horror stories on isopods. I discovered the two large ones of these on the bottom of the tank (bare bottom, so they were kind of easy to spot). I discovered the smaller two attached to a snail. Are these isopods? If they...
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    GFO reactor needed?

    I would never have a setup without GFO again. Though in the past, I absolutely did, and they looked great. Still I feel like phosphates are much more manageable with a GFO reactor. Worst case you run almost no GFO inside it. The reactor does not have to sit inside the sump. Although there...
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    Inexpensive LED strip light for refugium?

    You would need two of those to compete with a par 38. At that price I feel like there are cleaner options (BML would be more expensive, but IMO better).
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    Inexpensive LED strip light for refugium?

    How much light do you want? IMO I want more light than most inexpensive LED light strips will provide. A par 38 20 watt screw in bulb is going to be the best bang for the buck. A DIY system is going to be right up there as well. I considered doing a DIY 15 to 20 LED lamp system on my fuge...
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    Shark for aquarium

    +1...please don't torture a shark
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