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  1. cptnspanky

    No ideas then? Crap, i was hoping someone would have something....even a medication is better than nothing
  2. So i went on vacation like i do every year, had my apex handling feedings and top off while i was gone everything was exactly the same as every other day. Ive always had a few little colonies of hydroids about the tank, and they never posed an issue before. While i was gone they expanded rapidly and are taking out my sps. Aside from removing rock, as that will be an extremely in depth process for my tank, im looking for a natural predator that will help me to get rid of these things. Anyone have any experience or knowledge of something?
  3. cptnspanky

    Aquarium world is now open in their new location on west alexis. Aquarium masterminds still hasnt opened its doors
  4. cptnspanky

    It does but ive just been too buy to get it done. Ive got so many projects of my own going on plus other peoples. I will get around to updating this eventually, I promise.
  5. cptnspanky

    @RockyProndoa acrylic creations is not the company you are looking for, however they are available and likely a far cheaper route to go. Your looking for Acrylic concepts, scott is the guy your looking for, and theyve relocated too i believe. His number is 419-824-2228
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    Awesome looking forward to seeing what we can get! ive got some odds and ends id like to order at some point
  7. cptnspanky

    I like the Reef dip by seachem. the iodine based dip helps with disinfecting and promotes healing on damage that may happen from handling or traveling in addition to killing pests effectively
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    I havent really messed around with settings much, but i do like it so far. I just tweaked one of the first profiles i had tried Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    Nice! I have to hold off a while before i get a 2nd wav for my 300. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    These guys are neat. I remember the first time I found one in my tank, no one could tell me what it was. I think I caught it while it was trying to breed because it shot out a cloudy puff, and all the corals around it closed up for a couple hours
  11. cptnspanky

    I thought that stuff was like algae fuel? Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. cptnspanky

    One thing i did in my fuge that helped in my situation was to add flow. I used a small cheap aqueon power head in there, and suddenly growth took off Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  13. cptnspanky

    Ive run a few different skimmers myself, and worked with a large assortment over at aquarium world. My fav so far would be the bubble magus. They are cheaper than reef octopus and work just as well. My 300 has an orphek dc skimmer, and i have to fart around with it non stop. The bubble magus seems to generally be a set it and forget it till it comes time to clean and empty the cup Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    Good give him a day or 2 and he should be anchored. Then you can move it wherever you want Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    Cant say I've had one move like that. But maybe it's looking for something to anchor to. I always place it on a small rock and that way if I need to move it I can move the rock its on. They usually anchor within a day or 2 Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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