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    step one.. avoid tap like the plague except for solvent. Tap plastics charges roughly 4x the going rate on stuff. Its highway robbery..but they have a cute retail store. Call professional plastics in tualatin. 3/8 black cast acrylic is what you are looking for. How much.. well that depends on what we are making. They are typically about 5" tall and 2" deep (dont know what your plumbing looks like).. I will be at the meeting tomorrow if you are going. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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    Starting Bid $15 Ending Time 3-18-18 9:05pm Highest Bidder so far @Lexinverts -$30 Bidding Increments $5
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    Surprised the cheato is not absorbing it all
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    Starting Bid $25 Ending Time 3-18-18 8:40pm Highest Bidder so far Bidding Increments $5
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    Starting Bid $150 Ending Time 3-18-18 9:00pm Highest Bidder so far Bidding Increments $5
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    Starting Bid $45 Ending Time 3-18-18 8:50pm Highest Bidder so far Bidding Increments $5
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    Starting Bid $150 Ending Time 3-18-18 8:35pm Highest Bidder so far Bidding Increments $5
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    Yes, I let detritus gather in my sump. Every 6-9months, I'll vacuum my sump. Sent from my SM-N950U1 using Tapatalk
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    Starting Bid $45 Ending Time 3-18-18 8:30pm Highest Bidder so far Bidding Increments $5
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    This is very confusing. Each item should have its own thread.
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    i lost a small clown through the overflow so I put some eggcrate and then a piece of polycarbonate in there. because it so long, and the flow is laminar over the edge there is only an 1/8" gap or so.. maybe a quarter. shortly after the install my melaranus tested its function. He flopped up there, then panicked and flopped back. Now, if i could only find a way to keep my starfish off my closed loop intake.... Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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    Newbie from bremerton here! I have a little 30g tank with mixed inhabitants.. trying to grow them all and hopefully upgrade the tank one day.. Hope to meet you all someday!
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    looks great!! what kind of tang are you going to put in there Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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    Alright, today marks Cuttlefish and Corals first online auction on PNWMAS!! Heres Hers how it's going to work! 1. All listings will be posted today at 6 PM PST 2. Each listing will be open for 24 hours. 3. Comment to place bid, bid in increments of $5 4. Winners will be determined by the comment timestamp. 5. Corals can be either picked up in store or we can ship. For shipping, there is a 50$ flat rate. 6. Please don't bid unless you are actually going to pay for the item. 7. After the auction is over we will message you about pick up options. 8. Paypal Due within 24 Hours
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    Here's my entry -- A 3-gallon exposed rock peninsula Tank ($20.21) modified to include an internal sump ($5.20 TAP Plastics), silicone and black vinyl from Chris @Flash21 (thanks, my friend!). I have a little cobalt mini pump ($15.60) with a little bitty hose and elbow from Orchard's ($1.08). I borrowed a nice little Kessil light from my bestie, but I need to figure out something more permanent. I'm going to try to run this with just a Polyfilter, but I may add some ChemiPure, and maybe even throw in some chaeto. Total: $42.09 Since we're experimenting, I picked up a fogger from Amazon ($9.99) that I am going to try to use as a sort of ATO. I'm not sure how I am going to pull it off, but I'm going to try. The look I'm going for here is mist-over-the-water that doubles as an ATO. I've got some air plants on the exposed rock (we'll see if the salt creep gets 'em). The aquascape is a work-in-progress.
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    My punchbowl nano entry: I thought it would be cool to have a shallow tank with mini anemones and ricordia. I thought a punchbowl would be cool and set out to find one that was big and shallow. I looked at the local Goodwill stores in the area ("home of the small, tall punchbowl") with no luck and found one on Craigslist that was what I was looking for. It was a little pricey, but it included a glass ladle to help with the waterchanges! My list: 1) 4 gallon punchbowl $30 2) Hydor 180 pico powerhead $20.99 3) Rock from an old tank and sand I had laying around 4) Tetra 25w heater I had laying around 5) Maxspect Razor Nano I already had Total cost so far: $50.99 It took about 2.5 gallons of water to fill it up & now I just need to wait for the sand to settle. I'm hoping for some nice colors from maxi-minis and rock flower anemones (anyone have some to sell?). I love how it looks-- I just wish I could hide the heater better.
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    Finally got water in it about 3 days ago. Wimped out on bare bottom.... Picking up a four bulb ATI fixture this weekend and ordered a second kessil. Starting to come together!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk