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  • Birthday 01/13/1979

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    Omaha, NE

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  1. My 60G has had battles with Cyano, but not Dino's. I know it is my own laziness when it flairs up as well. 2 - 15% water changes 4 days apart and sand vacuuming usually cures it. I truly believe the goal of 0 water changes but not following the other needed steps to do that bite them in the long run. There are also more LRS (Lazy Reefer syndrome) cases on the large tank side.
  2. Nanobox BlinkUp Failing

    I know I had to turn my brightness all the way up. Usually it is all the way dark.
  3. Have you seen this fish?

    Hermit and snails can take an Adult clown to next to nothing overnight, yes it just depends on how many snails. They will pull it under rocks as well so they can eat under protection from larger carnivore fish
  4. I have used: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002DVREP8/ref=asc_df_B002DVREP85268303/?tag=hyprod-20&creative=394997&creativeASIN=B002DVREP8&linkCode=df0&hvadid=198102114124&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4727551168917552290&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9024587&hvtargid=pla-320046378681 and http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/prod_display.cfm?pcatid=4445&cmpid=03cseYY&ref=XXXX&subref=AA&gclid=Cj0KCQiAi7XQBRDnARIsANeLIetOtvP5ou-bCJuvlY4rzUPOXy5781IanFvtu8ENTMwfuMo6DHSF5vIaAuLXEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds They work ok, but the first one can release the eggs into the tank if the air current is too much and the second the shells float and you end up removing some of the food you just make.
  5. Boggers CC contest tank

    Let me put a few more pics up. I lost the birdsnest and added some zoas and an SPS frag.
  6. PM sent, I am game for one. I always thought they needed to tumble, so hatching was always a pain for me.
  7. Pico Fish

    There are not any nano fish that really behave in this way that I have been able to locate. Some of the best approximations would be barnacle blennies and Banggai Cardinalfish
  8. I had a cat that jumped on my Brute water barrel often. Until I was pulling water from it one day and the lid was off. That was the fastest I have ever seen it run away (soaking wet). I was laughing too hard go go after her quickly, but did towel her off pretty fast.
  9. Petco

    72&Dodge, The one on L now puts the coral in the salt tanks with the worst lighting possible all hooked up to the same sump running low salinity. Dodge has own coral tank set apart.
  10. Petco

    Yup, I have 3 in town and would only buy from one. Employees/management make a difference.
  11. What is growing in the zoas

    It's as reef safe as most other macro algae, if you trim and keep up with it them you should not have an issue. If you do not like it, now is the time to take it out. This will work for almost all algae. Mix half tank water/half Peroxide (any cheap peroxide will work) You will want to manually remove what you can and then put the peroxide mix over the algae. Some will put it in a dropper so they can spot treat. Zoas you can just drop it in the mix like a dip for a min or two.
  12. What is growing in the zoas

    Neomeris Annulata is green stuff, turf algae or bryopsis is likely around zoa- I would start by attempting a dip in Hydrogen Peroxide for a little bit and then putting back and watching.
  13. Eradicate infestations

    The worms will decline with a reduced food load similar to snails in a clean tank. They starve after a while and even out. There is not something you can dose that would target just one without the other. If you have 2 tanks and want faster results: move fish and one rock to empty tank and nuke(bleach) the other. Let everything build back up, move fish over and bleach the second rock. Add second rock back to display and it will grow again.
  14. I would be interested in feeder as well. Great for Mandarins and pipefish.
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