RIP Sebastian

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    Mars, Pennsylvania-Look it up!
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    Guinea Pigs, Marching Band, DCI, Aircraft, and Trains...also Books

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  1. Used Nanoboxes.
  2. My female does the same thing sometimes. I wouldn't worry about it.
  3. That's true! I do like it's shallowness, just not how narrow the display.
  4. Yay! Can't wait to see how this turns out. FYI the 30L isn't part of the SR Series. The 60, 80, and 120 are. Nick
  5. Nanobox Mini Tide.
  6. I wouldn't do two clowns in a 5. Honestly, go with a Nuvo 10 paired with a Nanobox Mini Tide (LED Light). No, there aren't products that instantly cycle. They just aid in it. Nick
  7. Haddoni.
  8. Yay! You're back! Can't wait to see how this turns out!
  9. So sorry to hear about Roosevelt!
  10. Hi @ASH556, Welcome to N-R! Congrats on the baby. For your perc, you could do a 10 gallon. Personally though, 10 gallons just isn't enough reef! Rule of thumb for LR is about 1 pound/gallon. You can do more or less, though. If I were you, I'd go with new sand. Less detritus. For your current setup, I think maybe two or three hundred dollars is a good resale value. Snails/crabs are great for managing algae and detritus. Feather dusters, in my experience, are pretty easy to care for. Research, Research, Research! Nick
  11. Ask @ninjamyst.
  12. I use Ocean Nutrition pellets daily, PE Mysis once a week (for fish and corals), as well as LRS Frenzy.
  13. Bebbies.
  14. +1
  15. Depends on your livestock. Some inverts, like clams, like some stuff in the water. Just my two cents. Nick