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William

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    Nano Reefer
  • Birthday 10/08/1988

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    New York, New York
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    Anesthesiology

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  1. William

    Red Sea Reefer 170

    Where did you get your rock from
  2. William

    Red Sea Reefer 170

    Looks like a pistol shrimP
  3. William

    William convinced his friend to get a Nano

    I really have to say that I like the way this rockscape has come together. Thoughts?
  4. William

    5gal Frogfish Pico (Pic Heavy)

    The lobster would prob eat him... imo
  5. I started up a new aquarium for a friend, yesterday actually, and used ammonium chloride, dr. Tim’s, and a maxspect biological filtration plate that had been in my system for about a month.
  6. I like using ammonium chloride and a biological starter culture (dr. Time, Microbacter 7...) as well as some mature rock from an existing system.
  7. William

    William convinced his friend to get a Nano

    Everything is finally set up, the cycle starts now!
  8. William

    Tropic Marin All In One Dosing?

    I would probably not, the trace bacteria in your topmoff water could start metabolizing the formate/acetate Into bicarbonate. A cheap doses would be a better option.
  9. William

    Tropic Marin All In One Dosing?

    Hmm.... I may try this out
  10. William

    Reliable Aiptasia eater, suitable for a nano

    Aptasia Eating Filefish, the captive bred ones from biota do well
  11. William

    Actual moray owners, need opinions please

    It’s really a great deal on that fish.... and i think the temperament would be better. I am following your IG and saw the crested you got..... I’m trying to convince my BF to let me get a chameleon ..
  12. William

    Actual moray owners, need opinions please

    I wouldn’t worry about the 125 gal tank size requirement on this eel, as from all the ones I have seen kept in captivity, they rarely get over 2’ and can be kept in a tank your size pretty easily. This species will be a bit more docile than the snowflake. https://m.liveaquaria.com/divers-den/product/437589/yellow-spotted-skeletor-moray-eel
  13. William

    Actual moray owners, need opinions please

    For a tank that size you could do a snowflake for sure. I would get it small, but not tiny. Another eel that you could consider is the “skeletor eel” offered on divers den. It’s more expensive, but imo cooler. Haveing a tight fitting lid is key.
  14. William

    5gal Frogfish Pico (Pic Heavy)

    I would add some additional biomedia to your tank, would help in the future
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