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  1. Selling it all

    ive been looking for a used 55 for a while, any chance you'd be willing to sell just the tank?
  2. Face to the name?

    Might as well add myself to the mix, first is a random shot, second is one my annual thanksgiving football game.
  3. oh wow another 29 Biocube thread.

    *hopefully my future pictures will be a bit better*
  4. oh wow another 29 Biocube thread.

  5. oh wow another 29 Biocube thread.

    Well my little reboot is officially underway! and the tank is already looking quite a bit better. still a long way to go before ill be happy with it, but better than it was. I picked up a decent amount of Fern Caulerpa from work as well as a few Zoas and Palys. nothing crazy. big 'ol' green Palys and some sort of purple and orange Zoa. not sure on its name. working at a fish store is great in part cause you get an employee discount, but that can be a double edged sword, as now I get paid at the same place I spend all my money. either way, I hope to continue to make steady progress on this tank and I should have an update within the next few days! and now for the pictures!
  6. oh wow another 29 Biocube thread.

    So over the last few weeks Ive realized something, that being that I have neither the time nor the money to maintain the fancy, hard coral tank that Id like to. so ive had a bit of a change of plan. ive always been fascinated with shallow, intertidal zones, and so Im going for an "Invasive Tank". Basically going for overlooked species that could be found in interdidal areas, im planning on using some fern caulerpa to add some green along with palythoas, some other zoanthids, and the corals I already have including some devils hand, xenia and kenya tree. im also looking into picking up a few different hammers and frogspawns for a small euphyllia garden. im excited to get started on this and hopefully make some decent progress.
  7. Coral skeletons

    I do actually, may not be perfect, but would probably work, I can get a picture tonight.
  8. New to pnwmas

    Ahh okay, I havent had mine as long. started January of this year. i've been keeping fish and reptiles for years, but just recently got into salt.
  9. New to pnwmas

    Im a Senior at Wilsonville. You? I don't on my computer, Ill post a few current ones when I get home.
  10. oh wow another 29 Biocube thread.

    Well, I haven't updated this in months, and sadly I haven't updated the tank much in that time either, its still running however, so that's at least one positive. I struggled a bit for a while getting my parameters in line after neglecting the tank for a bit. lost a few LPS, but my softies actually saw quite a bit of growth. finally getting things back in line now and trying to start adding a bit and generally be a bit more active in the community as well. definitely going to be at this months meeting at ATA. Update picture to come!
  11. New to pnwmas

    Welcome! glad to see another highschooler. tank looks great!
  12. September Club Meeting!

    Thats right down the street from me! Ill look forward to it!
  13. Intervention Needed

    I wouldn't be opposed to, ahem, taking it off your hands... for a good cause of course!
  14. Netflix documentary "Chasing Coral"

    I just watched it. It was very sad. Not gunna lie I teared up a bit. It also had some of the best coral photography ive ever seen.
  15. Be a lobster!!

    That was actually really good. never thought of it that way
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