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  1. Tamale

    Pods in newer tank

    Another reefer recommended adding pods to the tank after it is cycled before fish. Is this something that could be beneficial in the grand scheme? I don’t see having an established pod community as a bad thing from what I’ve read. Beneficial biodiversity is, well, beneficial after all. Thoughts?
  2. Pod Your Reef

    Week 2 Giveaway, Pods and Phyto!

    Thanks to all those who participated in last weeks giveaway. We're excited to be here and pretty stoked to start sharing our build thread with y'all. We haven't decided which direction we're going to take it. But it'll be a fun journey. With that said, let's move onto the fun part. Prize: 1 Phyto + 1 Tisbe Swag Pack + Free Shipping How do I win? Post your most embarrassing, I can't believe I did that reefing moment. The post with the most reactions wins. This will be fun. We'll pick the on August 12 at 7:00 PM Central. Contest terms: Winner must be in the United States. One entry per person. You can only win one time per month. Good Luck!!!
  3. Your browser does not support the video tag. Hello Nano-Reefers! We are super excited to join Nano-Reef.com and get to know you and your tanks! We’ll tell you a bit about us then we would love to hear your story! We are a small family owned and operated business in San Antonio, Texas. We got our start when we adopted a Mandarin fish from a fellow reefer who was moving. We soon realized that she not only loved copepods but she thrived on them. It is her natural instinct to hunt and consume them and it was really important to us to respect the natural habits of this beautiful creature. So, in 2015 we founded Pod Your Reef. First and foremost, we strive to provide you with excellent products and we stand behind those products 100%. Second, we value our customers and hope you feel like our friend because that’s how we think of you in this tight-knit reefing community. We know your names, we know your tanks, and when we see your orders go out we think about you and hope you’re doing well. Check out our About Us page for more details on us: https://www.podyourreef.com/pages/about-us When it comes to our products, we are committed to providing the densest pods at a reasonable price. We guarantee ‘live on arrival’ and we offer discounts to new customers as well as free shipping with an order of $60.00 or more. Providing the most natural reef environment is our responsibility as reef parents. Check out our FAQ page for more info or shoot us a message! https://www.podyourreef.com/apps/help-center GIVEAWAY!!!!!!! Now for the fun part! We're going to give away a box of phyto and tisbes each week in August. Post a self-taken photo of your tank, your favorite fish or coral, anything that displays your passion in the reef world and each Sunday in August we will draw a randon winner. The lucky winner will receive one bag of phyto and two bags of tisbe pods shipped to their door. Start posting in this thread now because we will draw the first winner on August 5th! Cut off time for posting is 7:00 PM Central. Look for a new thread for posting pictures each Sunday! Contest terms: Winner must be in the United States. One entry per person. You can only win one time per month. Good Luck!!!
  4. Can anyone tell me what this is?
  5. guts11

    New Royal Gramma eating Pods

    I added a Royal Gramma about a week ago to my 15 gallon tank. The tank has been up since October '17 and the other fish are two Oc. Clowns. The Gramma has been active and not hiding too much, but he does have a few spots he really likes. He has not eaten that much but I often see him picking at the rock and glass (I assume eating pods). My tank does not have that large of a pod population and I was wondering if it would be a good idea to seed the tank. I have about 20-22 lbs of LR, but no refugium or sump, just a pretty basic setup. I want to eventually wane the fish to pellets since I have to leave the tank on a vacation feeder semi-regularly as a college student. He has been eating frozen krill.
  6. I have these small white dots all over my glass and was looking at them through a magnify glass I have. Anyone know what they could be? I also have what appears to be detritus worms and I can actually see them eating algae on the glass when I use my magnifier. Also when I first turn my lights on it’s super cloudy in the tank then clears up after about an hour not sure what that’s all about
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