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  1. The pros use epoxy. I haven't been able to figure it out and still do what you describe, which sucks, especially with larger branch frags
  2. Well done sir. Nice tank and awesome offer!
  3. Dr.Fraggenstien

    Help

    List is a bit out of date, but if you ever make it up north... https://www.buckeyereef.com/forums/index.php?/topic/11287-frags-for-sale/
  4. The BSI is so much cheaper on Amazon. I get these. https://www.amazon.com/Insta-Cure-Filling-Bob-Smith-Ind/dp/B0000DD1QQ/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=bsi+glue&qid=1589806296&sr=8-4
  5. Very cool. Please let me know when you are ready for coral. I'd like to contribute.
  6. I could use a few too if any Lima guys make the trip
  7. Saltwater guppies. Very cool man. Always wanted to breed some myself but never could get any to pair
  8. Really low overall flow? I think that's the trick
  9. Dr.Fraggenstien

    Yellow tangs

    Risky business for sure
  10. Definitely. Killed many a clam in my day unfortunately, but squamosa don't die easy
  11. This is also why it's important to dose equal amounts of 2-part for people who are dosing. Dosing uneven amounts to try to achieve "ideal" chemistry, will drive things out of whack eventually. Doesn't mean it can't work, but why make it more complicated than it needs to be? Corals absorb CA/ALK in the exact ratio they exist in the 2 part. Equal amounts always.
  12. That's how they work though, they are a balance like a teeter-totter. When one goes up, it drives the other down. They need balanced. Magnesium has a big role as well. If there is nothing else amiss, that would be the first thing I'd check.
  13. I kind of agree. It's way easier to cut what the zoas are on, and mount, then to scrape them off and wait for them to re-attach. Seems like a nice option though for people who hate the look of plugs in their display. Clear glass will be harder to notice (for a little while anyway, once the algae starts growing the point is moot).

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