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  • Birthday 07/29/1991

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  1. ive tried refreshing, restarting and such but no luck, im using a desktop with chrome. its only nano-reef affected. i can post a pic
  2. is anyone else having problems with viewing the site? i can log in and post but for the past few days all i see is what looks like a word document,
  3. any updates?
  4. is your drain dumping into a sock or sponge? and loose the ceramic rings as they are nitrate factories in marine tanks, do you have live rock in the display? if you do then its really unnessisary to have it in the sump, i life refugiums they help a lot.
  5. well lets hope its bug free
  6. looks great, first badgerandblade gets an upgrade, and now nano-reef. what am i going to do for 24 hours
  7. make sure you get the stuff that will set up under water, like JB water weld.if its the play-dough like epxoy its going to be mixed correctly if you followed the instructions.
  8. Alright everyone would like some opinions on my new upgrade rockscape
  9. my hammer tucks in like that when it splits, give it a couple more days and it should good. but double check params to make sure its not another issue.
  10. if its pinched mantle, when you pass your hand over it the mantle will curl up, rather than being pulled in the shell. observe it at night as well, make sure its shuts tight. other than that just keep an eye on it
  11. i know some fish who love to rip silicone off the tank, but as long as the silicone between the panes is intact, there isnt much fear about integrity. the bracing holds the weight for the most part.
  12. ive seen every reference from 5-50 years, from pretty reputable sites and people. i will also say that just because a animal can live a long time, doesnt mean they will. we will have to see what the parameters say, if everything is inline, then it could be an internal issue. if its not getting skinny and healthy in all ways then its eating something, possibly the pods and such living in the tank.
  13. thats fairly unusual behavior for a clarkii, least in my experience, full parameters would be great, but you said youve had the fish as long as the tank, so it might be close to its lifespan
  14. this will be a can-o-worms thread, but does the clowns stomach look sunken or thin at all? and what was your normal feeding schedule
  15. happens to the best of us, usually a good idea if you are dipping corals to make a gallon or two to have around to replace the water taken