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milesmiles902

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    August POTM Winner

    I'd like to welcome all of you to the August Picture of the Month winner: Flash21
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    2017 POTM Winners

    August - Symbiosis: Flash21
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    September Club Meeting!

    No, but I will bring some concentrated and purified ones that I can show under UV.
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    August POTM - Voting

    Please vote for August's Picture of the Month Winner. All cat and dog pictures are automatic 1st place, but I have to follow the rules and limit it to aquarium pics. Will close 9/4/2017 - 11:00 am
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    NEW Par Meter Booking Thread

    Either, but the Apogee MQ-200 Quantum Separate Sensor with Handheld PAR Meter looks cool.
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    Interested in Copepods

    I actually don't have much right now, but you probably can probably seed them from a local members macro algae.
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    Oregon Ornamental Aquaculture

    Welcome!!!!
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    Vodka dosing.

    Hair algae = Lawnmower Blenny Cyanobacteria = Antibiotics
  9. 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: Symbiosis of at least two critters. I'm going to be strict for this POTM. Please make sure it is at least two critters that are working together for the greater cause. Not two fish feeding, not a starfish on a snail and definitely not bristle-worms eating leftovers. Real symbiosis. You will be disqualified otherwise. Deadline: I am going to try to be better on this one. September 1st
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    Vodka dosing.

    I think xmas has it right. Why do you want to do it? In my experience of doing it for 4-6 months, in the end, it didn't help anything. Sure, it brought down phosphates and nitrates, but I later found out that I could achieve the same results with activated carbon. Also, coming off of a vodka bender is no fun. You'll get spikes in nitrates or phosphates and if you miss a day, it also spikes.
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    New to pnwmas

    Sweet! I started getting into saltwater aquariums around the same time. Have any pics to share?
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    New to the PNW reefing

    Welcome!
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    Let's GO!!

    Wimp. Just kidding. I don't have the guts to hurt people and I would rather have my jaw intact.
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    Let's GO!!

    LexInverts and I are fighting tonight too at 9 pm EST. Just in case you wanted to watch a real fight.
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    September Club Meeting!

    Can't miss this one!
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    We have cards!!

    Whoo! Cats!
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    Something BIG is coming October 14!!!

    Me either! What is it?! Tell me!
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    August Annual BBQ! Swap Meet and Raffles Galore!!

    Game of thrones.
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    July POTM Winner

    July's picture of the month winner is: SaltyJay
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    Buying a new house, need advice for moving tanks.

    Just shoot me a date.
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    Here are my Triton results

    Nah, those phosphates are rocking. 0.09 mg/L = 0.09 ppm. I can't say much about the rest. Edit: They are 0.009 ppm. That might be a bit low.
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    Here are my Triton results

    Those don't really look bad. A lot of halogens are low, but meh. Fresh sea salt should fix that. Do you think it could be bugs?
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    Here are my Triton results

    404 Error. Try it again. I'd love to see.
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    Buying a new house, need advice for moving tanks.

    Oh, and any PVC or bulk heads that might be required. I am unsure on your plumbing and if it is cemented in, but go to your local fish store and grab what you might need. Plumbing is a pain to not have when you need it.
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