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  1. Dank_Reefer

    Red spots on live rock

    Hello, new reefer here. I’ve had my fluvalevo set up for about four days now. It’s a stock set up for now with an aquaTOP 50w Heater. When I bought my live rock from my local fish store, one piece had some red spots on it. I assumed it was dead algae but it now seems to be growing hairs. Does anyone know what it is?
  2. i have a 32 gallon biocube with some astrias and a olive snail alongside eith a bhangai cardinalfish, blue damsal and a clown. ive begun to notice whats been causing this dark green algae type stuff on some of my liverock , i know liverock will have coraline growth but this cant be that its really dark green and looks soft to the touch any ideas ?
  3. coryscritch

    corys IM 14 gallon

    hi guys about 10 years ago i had a 65 gallon reef that i loved! since moving to nyc i haven't set one up until now. which began as a very basic 10 gallon tank. a month in she started leaking which forced me to upgrade to something a little bigger but much nicer. so heres what i have. tank -IM nuvo 14 gallon heater-cobalt 100w lighting -current orbit marine led (light works great for the price and what i have for now) -finnex light (for refugium) filtration -purigen -chemipure -phosnet i also have the algae barn nano refugium kit. -finnex hob refugium i have about 17lbs of live rock i got from my LFS (pacific aquarium) 5lbs of live sand flow -sicce .5 silent pump (stock pump was too loud) nano koralia weekly water changes (about 2 gallons) the old tank is pictured first. i liked the rock work much more in the first tank. all together the tank is about 3 months old.
  4. Hi, this is my first post and my first reef tank. Its been running for 3 weeks and all is good and well. I found some interesting critter living in my rock. I've been unable to identify ot on my own but maybe some wiser person might be able to help. What I know about it's behaviour: It looks like it hides by covering itself with a stoney looking plug. It has one long feeler that seems to just sway in the water column. Not much more. Thanks for your help!😁
  5. Hi my tanks been up for about 3 months. Today I noticed these little spots on my rocks. Anybody know what they are
  6. Wetwater

    Can anyone help Id this?

    Hello everyone! Totally new to the forum here,I have a 17 gallon with around 16.5 pounds of LR, I was hoping someone could help me Id this thing,I suspect it’s a sponge but while doing research could not come across anything that looked like this,it has been on the rock since I put it in the tank,I didn’t remove it because I thought maybe it would grow into something neat,but the black on top has me suspicious that whatever it is has died,should I remove this? Thank you,I’m totally new to saltwater as you can tell
  7. Lugmos12

    Replacing rock

    I want to redo my rockscape because I believe I have too much rock and the rock shapes don't give me enough usable surface area. What is the best way to go about doing this. Tank has been running since July 2017. I plan on keeping some of the rock but not all.
  8. If anyone is central Maryland or DC area is interested I have ~3lbs extra real reef rock for free if you are willing to come pick up. As an aside, if anyone in the area has any Asterinas (Aquilonastra) micro starfish that you know (kinda) haven't eaten coral and clean algae, I would love to take them off you hands or purchase them for a small amount (the wife loves them).
  9. gotboostedvr6

    For sale : Liverock in NJ

    Landlord is forcing me to tear down my beloved 65 gallon reef. Ive had the tank setup under MH lighting for 8 years. Coral and fish spoken for. For sale is approx 80 pounds of liverock. It is a mixture of Fiji, Tonga, and several other interesting types I am not familiar with. ********** NO AIPTASIA OR WORMS************ Expect to find hermit crabs, snails, and large feather dusters. Id like to get $4 a pound but am happy to field offers. I am willing to drive to meetup within reasonable driving distance of zipcode 08054 pm me or feel free to call or text me at (8 fife six ) - tree 7 fife 4 tree too sebin.
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