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milesmiles902

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  1. Reef Worx Expo

    Formatting from the email got a bit messed up during translation, but it does look like a fun event. Anyone going?
  2. Reef Worx Expo

    PNW Coral and Frag Events Event Announcement! Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM (line up early for first dibs!) Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave South, Tukwila, WA 98168 Event Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/214193399127169/. Tickets are $5 at the door. Kids are Free. There is a great line-up of reef vendors, including = And they have a full line-up of speakers planned! George Mavrakis of CoralFish12g & Supplies Marc Levenson of Melev's Reef And even a "what can you scape?" competition, plus raffles! Dustin of Dustin's Fishtanks will be hosting and judging at ReefWorx 2018.
  3. Happy Birthday to Miles and Sasquatch!

    Thank you. It means a lot how much all of you care. I hope to see you at tomorrows meet. Best, Miles
  4. January POTM Winner

    The winner is: Bubbles
  5. January POTM Voting - Clams

    Actually, had to make a 2018 picture of the month folder. Keep up the great photos! Best, Miles
  6. I'm a big fan of high blues, medium to low white and very low reds and greens.
  7. Few Corals for Sale!

    Will you be at the January Meeting? I should have a $25 gift card lying around from a raffle.
  8. 92g Oregon Reef

    That's a beautiful tank build.
  9. December POTM Winner

    The December picture of the month winner is: TheClark - The tang specialist.
  10. Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by YOU • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline. This months subject: Clams! Deadline: Feburary 4th
  11. 2017 POTM Winners

    March - Xoanthids: Nanoreefer
  12. 2017 POTM Winners

    To end the year of 2017 - TheClark
  13. December POTM Voting - Tangs

    Happy 2018! Let's start off the new year with a bit of democracy! Poll closes: Monday January 8th at 12 am.
  14. January Picture of the Month - Clams

    I guess I said plural (clams), maybe I should fix that. xD
  15. December Picture of the Month - Tangs

    [language filter]. I forgot to do this. Sorry about that. I'll get it done tonight.
  16. Here are the rules: • One photo entry per person • Pic has to be taken by YOU • Must be in by the posted deadline • Must follow subject guidelines for the month Winners will be determined based on voting poll results after submission deadline. This months subject: Any photo from the family Acanthuridae, i.e. surgeonfishes, tangs and unicronfish. Deadline: January 1st
  17. Reusing carbon

    Just like re-using aluminum or iron phosphate, it will lose its efficacy. Although, totally worth a shot.
  18. Which stores to visit?

    There are a lot of good aquarium stores in the area. Cuddlefish and Paradise corals are good ones. I am sure there are plenty more up north. If you can make it down to Wilsonville, All things aquarium. One of my personal favorites is The Premium Aquarium in Salem.
  19. Happy Birthday MattV and DanielLu!!

    Happy Birthday!
  20. What do you do?

    I am a graduate student in physical chemistry. Got a question about chemistry? I might be able to help. Biology is a different story.
  21. Pre Planning...Tank sitter

    Location?
  22. Happy Holidays

    Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight!
  23. Hey everyone, I went back to the Evergreen State College (my undergraduate) for a visit and they installed a huge 13,000 liter system aquarium system in the basement of the school. One thing I thought they always did well was teach the sciences and this provides a way for the students to both monitor and have a hands-on experience with these living creatures. http://www.cooperpointjournal.com/2017/04/26/hidden-marine-treasures-evergreen-debuts-new-state-of-the-art-aquarium-facility/ Although, when I visited, they were looking for more variety of corals and it made me think it would be good to ask the club. Personally, I have some euphyllia, birdsnest, xooanthids, and pavona that I am going to donate. I haven't heard of anything they don't want. So, please let me know if you have any corals that you would be willing to donate for educational purposes. I'll likely be heading up in December, so no rush. Thanks again, Miles
  24. The Evergreen State College - Aquariums

    Hey everyone, Finally came north to visit The Evergreen State College. Here is their facility and the corals donated. It is located in the basement of Lab I. When I was there, most of this area was storage and a bio-analytical research lab. They had multiple cold saltwater tanks with massive creatures from the deep. They had multiple "touch" pools" for handling creatures. Their back room had a huge saltwater mixing container and multiple phytoplankton starts. Huge backroom sumps. Then their tropical tanks. The bottom one looked solely like an aiptasia culture for the purpose of studying this model organism. The top was pretty much empty, so I put most of the corals in there. It was a cool experience and I'd like to say Thank you to everyone that was involved. Cheers!
  25. Happy Birthday Gil&Fin

    Happy Birthday again! I'm your biggest fan!
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