Brand new Marineland 300 deep dimension "corner flow" aquarium for sale. Includes new tank and new tank stand, black. Tank has never been filled and is currently in storage unit. I am only asking $2,000 firm. I am in the Beaverton area.
Hi, I'm felic! i just found out about this site from a shop owner in town : ) (paradise coral, if you see this, hello!)
I'm 18 and new to saltwater but not to fishkeeping! I just started up my first salt tank a while back and was getting some live rock when i was told about this forum.
if anyone has tips for a new keeper, im happy to hear em!
I just went to the last meeting, but just in case I didn't get to meet you I just wanted to properly introduce myself! So I am currently a student at OSU, and I found out that both my tutor Miles Taylor, and I are both into the aquarium hobby. So he told me about PNWMAS, and that there was a meeting coming up, so I was more than happy to come. It was great to meet a lot of you. So I do have a few tanks here in my dorm and back home. Right now I have a 14 gallon nano cube, a 5 gallon goldfish tank, and a 3 gallon mangrove tank. But back home in California I have a 120 gallon fish only saltwater system, a 28 gallon nano cube, a 55 gallon freshwater, and a pond. If you want to see the stuff I've kept over the years I have a youtube channel and instagram with the same user name, "aquariumaster" . I'll also attach some videos and pictures here. But ya, I'm just really happy to be a part of this and I look forward to going to the upcoming meetings!
Here is my 120 gallon:
and heres my old bamboo shark ( she now actually lives at SeaWorld San Diego!):
Hello Long time addict to the salted waters.
I live in Portland. I have a few small 10 gallon nano reef's
I recently bought a 140 gallon tank with stand, giant multi chambered sump, Protein skimmer ect.
Just looking for more info now that I'm stepping up to larger waters.
I am trying to actually sell the entire 140 set up unused so I can get something that fits better in my house. So im also looking at tank shapes and such to decide before I blow another 2 grand on something that won't fit in my living room as I thought. lol
I am new to the PNWMAS community but not so new to aquarium keeping. Most of my experience has been with freshwater setups although I have had various degrees of reef aquaria in the past. I am presently on the west side in Hillsboro and have been maintaining a large reef tank and jelly kreisel at LeChon (on the waterfront) the past few months.
I am a native Oregonian and came out of the AQS program in Newport back in 2012. This past December I finished up my undergraduate in Aquaculture. This year I have been looking at job opportunities in public aquaria/ornamental aquaculture, but think I will call the Portland metro home for now.
With that, I am looking to expand my circle of aquatic enthusiast friends in the area, and thought PNWMAS would be be the best place to start.
Many thanks, and I look forward to getting to know many of you!