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    INDMAS is pleased to announce that Dr. Sanjay Joshiwill be the featured speaker at this years Frag swap on March 16, 2019 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds Bio: Sanjay Joshi in real life is a Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at Penn State University. He has been a reef addict since 1992, and currently keeps several reefs aquariums at home including a 500G SPS dominated reef. He also co-manages the 500G aquarium at Penn State. Dr. Joshi is actively involved in educating the hobby on various topics such as lighting, aquarium system design and general reef husbandry through his publications in reef magazines and lectures. He has published articles in magazines such as Advanced Aquarist, Reefs Magazine, Coral, Marine Fish and Reef Annual, Aquarium Frontiers, and Aquarium Fish. In addition he has been an invited speaker at several marine aquarium society meetings in the US and Europe. He received the MASNA award in 2006, for his contributions to the marine aquarium hobby
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    Mark your calendar for March 16th, 2019 for the annual INDMAS Frag Swap! It will be here before you know it and you won't want to miss out. We will be back at the same venue location as last year with some additional new vendors this year. Last year we had over 600+ people attend and hope to set a new record with everything we have to offer. Check back in for additional updates as the time gets closer for raffle prize lists and more.
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    Here are two I currently have
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    Pic under whites
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    Went to the frag swap in Portage, IN a month or 2 ago and picked up this chalice frag. I have been looking for the name of this piece. Any help in identifying it would be greatly appreciated.
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    I moved mine from the frag tank to the 125. Running an aquaticlife metal halide/T5 combo with blue led supplement. I will post water parameters tomorrow once I get home from work.
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    August count : 22 heads. Now growing off plug into the rock.
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    This is great to see a cheaper unit for those to upgrade to. Good timing on the release before the Triton comes out.......(needs to hurry up and get here)......
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    Yes it is the Santa Monica hog1. Currently I am waiting on it to start growing the algae. On an all in one tank, it probably isn't the best as it creates a lot of noise from the air bubbles. On the plus side, it does good for surface agitation. For a tank with a sump and an enclosure, I am sure it would be great.
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    C-Vue 40 Fowlr
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    The nirvana's are nice. They are little bit of a slow grower.
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    I have used Reef Flux a few times and have had great results using it. It will help to eliminate the bryopsis, but still have to monitor phosphates and those other levels to totally get rid of the problem.
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    The platinum package looks so tempting.....
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    July update : 14 heads
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    I will get mine posted as soon as I get home
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