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  1. 3 points
    Broke this off yesterday.......................hate the accidental fraging but oh well my loss your gain looking for 25.00 bucks or one heck of a zoa frag............................am heading out tomorrow so can meet up at a store if needed. PM me if interested. Frag is a little bleached but hey if you saw my lights you would understand................... Mother colony also pictured.
  2. 3 points
    My phone pics don't do these much justice. These were from back in January on my last trip to Taiwan.
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    5 large orders came in this week. Here is a few pics!
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    Mmmmm, brains! Always love seeing reef stores around the world. Thanks for sharing!
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    Maybe use dental floss and put him on a leash. Kind of like a dog run for an urchin Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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    So I get back from a 2 week trip and have a new skimmer ready to be picked up. So the wife and I decide to try to clean som of the algae growth and rearrange the live rock. I find it hard to not pick up something (zoa, coral) when I am getting new hardware. So we had to place some zoa's. During this process unnoticed by my wife or my self on or the green chromis decided to jump for it. Lesson learned count the fish when moving live rock. We found said chromis after an unknown amount of time out of the water. Other lesson learned might be don't go to coral shop right after getting off a plane from international travel before going home. Will take a picture of the zoas once the water clears some form the cleaning and they open back up. Maybe even one more lesson don't work on tank while under full jet lag?
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    Not saltwater but ran into this LFS in Singapore today.
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    I haven't updated it in a really long time, since we started having kids, but this was the website I created for my tanks: http://www.oneilreef.com/
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    Yep I stay at the Sheraton as well. They had 4 or 5 emperor angels. That one was the biggest. This was another tank there. Forgot about this one. It was the only tank with prices. Roughly 30NT to a dollar. So prices are not bad.
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    I missed this one on an auction the other day.. there are some amazing (And waaay expensive) rock nems out there Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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    I picked up this spectacularly beautiful urchin today and have tentatively ID'ed it as Salmacis bicolor. Word on the street (and by street, I mean internet) is a little mixed on how reef safe they are or aren't. Seems they have a rep for chowing down on gorgonians and possibly muching other soft corals. I have a few zoas and mushrooms, but nothing major in that dept. However, I do have a sponge I really don't want eaten! Has anyone here kept this urchin in a reef? Right now, I have him in quarantine, but after Bob Moore and a couple of LFS shopping days, there's a lot to sample in the QT tank. I'd feel better hearing some success stories!
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    Where are you located Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
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    I'm just going to politely mention that this is definitely false. Your calcium and alkalinity levels from the reactor effluent are always going to be going up or down in union with one another. Any adjustments to the reactor will adjust them both. Sent from my HTCONE using Tapatalk
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    Pretty awesome urchin. I have never seen such a cool urchin. Fingers crossed it's not a zoa eater!