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    Hippocampus Erectus breeding

    It’s been going well. We lost a few batches here and there but we’ve started selling on eBay and to a LFS. We’ve actuallly got babies having babies now. Some of the “teens” are over 6 months old and at least 2 if the males have full pouches.
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    Smallest pump?

    Take a look at the Cobalt MJ 606. On the low side of the range you stated but a great pump. https://intankaquatics.com/cobalt-aquatics-mini-mj-606-powerhead/
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    Blacklight Flashlight?

    I’m not saying they won’t make things glow. I’m just saying it’s quite different than even a total actinic light. You likely won’t see that level of glow under your tank lighting. Unless of course you intentionally have a high amount of infrared/near infrared light in your setup.
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    Blacklight Flashlight?

    I've got one and they will make corals glow if they fluoresce. You might be disappointed when you get the corals home though. You probably don't have nearly the same level of near infrared light over your tank as you'll get from one of those flashlights.
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    Sepia bandensis

    They've graduated to shrimp.
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    I don't usually post these but I'm stumped

    Nassarius snail eggs http://www.melevsreef.com/critter/nassarius-snail-eggs
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    James's Coralife BC29

    Looks like something from a horror movie. Red/Pink Tuxedo Urchin (Mespilia globulus) mouth by James Stein, on Flickr Red/Pink Tuxedo Urchin (Mespilia globulus) mouth by James Stein, on Flickr
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    How to lower salinity?

    Around 1/2 a gallon should drop your salinity .001.
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    More hitchhikers on my trumpet. Aiptasia?

    The one with the long snakelike tentacles is aptasia. The other looks like feather duster of some sort.
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    Sepia bandensis

    Little video I took this morning. Love how they 'walk' on their tentacles.
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    Strawberry conch behaviour

    My wife has a fighting conch in her seahorse tank that climbs up in the cheato balls. This is a 60gallon Tall tank. And it gets high up near the surface in the weeds.
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    James's Coralife BC29

    I am also temporarily using my tanks bio filter to raise some Dwarf Cuttlefish in breeders boxes. https://www.nano-reef.com/forums/topic/394616-sepia-bandensis/ Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) by James Stein, on Flickr Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) by James Stein, on Flickr Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) by James Stein, on Flickr
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    Sepia bandensis

    Still growing and eating.. Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) by James Stein, on Flickr Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) by James Stein, on Flickr Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis) by James Stein, on Flickr
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    James's Coralife BC29

    New FTS BC29 by James Stein, on Flickr Some other closer photo's of my inhabitants. Male Dracula Gobie (Stonogobiops dracula) by James Stein, on Flickr Female Dracula Go by (Stonogobiops dracula ) by James Stein, on Flickr Unkown LPS by James Stein, on Flickr (A tiny bit of this LPS survived my crash Rock Flower Anemone's by James Stein, on Flickr Red/Pink Tuxedo Urchin (Mespilia globulus) by James Stein, on Flickr Red/Pink Tuxedo Urchin (Mespilia globulus) by James Stein, on Flickr Eunice (Bottibt) Worm by James Stein, on Flickr
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    James's Coralife BC29

    There were a couple hundred. We tried but were unsuccessful in keeping them alive. I'll try and get some new shots tomorrow. Lights are out now.
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