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  2. Joe

    Blue Zing Birdnest

    This is pretty cool. I have a piece.
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  4. Recent frag rack that is being shipped out. Holds strong up to 1/2” glass. Epoxy coated magnets encased in acrylic. Bottom can be swapped out for any color with a few screws.
  5. Jesse

    Blue Zing Birdnest

    Blue Zing Birdnest is a Unique Cross of Popular Seriatopora Strains For the past forty or so years all ‘new’ coral strains introduced to the reef aquarium hobby have only come from the wild, mostly due to the fact that successful sexual reproduction is quite rare in aquarium corals. This assessment is not counting certain grafted corals which became transformed under aquarium conditions but still carry the same genetics as before but finally we have one of the first ever reports of an exciting ‘hybrid’ cross between different aquarium corals. The Blue Zing Birdnest is an aquar
  6. Have a long spine the size of a softball give or take. Free for the taking.
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  8. Get rid of those excess organics with a wonderful new Bubble Magus Curve 5 Protein Skimmer! 7 ways to enter and you can have multiple entries.
  9. Tank Series - PEW PEW ya filthy flatworms! Not going over a lot of any products in this video, but wanted to let you guys know what is happening with the system! :D We have a new buddy to our tank, and these guys are going to be a powerhouse in finally eradicating this tank of the dreaded flatworms! Excited to see how this goes! (NOTE: I did get several, but not all are for my system). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqna0kypCX8
  10. Friday Update! We listed up a little bit of everything! Check them out!
  11. I guess about $200 for all three. Would still take a single Mag, maybe a gig, or a non-green haddoni
  12. Unfortunately I can’t sell the whole rock because I can’t get it out of the tank. Not a great choice on placement on my part
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  14. Jesse

    Removing Zoas

    My initial thoughts are the zoas are just going to get pissed off from the egg crate and shade. I would simply cut some off the rock and glue them to plugs, or sell/trade the whole rock. I think you would have better luck sitting a rock next to them for them to grow on to.
  15. Yea that’s what I figured. I have laid frag plugs on them and after a few weeks they grew onto the plugs and I pulled them off. Unfortunately that rock is one of the base rocks for my main structure and is concreted in place. It was a dumb move on my part but I definitely didn’t think they would grow that quickly
  16. Joe

    Removing Zoas

    I think it will work. But will take a lot of time. Can the rocks they are on be removed from the tank? If so, Zoas just peal right off the rock fairly easily.
  17. I thought the same thing until I figured out that the programming is so simple, you get rid of power bricks, and it can be put into feed mode by the Profilux through 0-10.
  18. Live seeing companies helping like this. Makes me want to buy something Red Sea.
  19. Frags and Anemones! We listed up a little bit of everything! Check them out!
  20. Nanoreef13

    Removing Zoas

    So my zoas are taking over one of my rocks and I was thinking that I want to clear some off. I couldn’t figure out how to scrape them off so I came up with this idea. My goal is that the zoas will grow through the egg crate and connect itself to it. Then I can lift up the egg crate and easily cut it up into frags to attach to frag plugs. Do you guys think this will work? Even if it doesn’t get them all atleast I hope it gets some.
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