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Bubbles

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About Bubbles

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  • Birthday 11/09/2000

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  1. Bubbles

    Tiny Tank, Tiny Budget Contest

    No way! Is Holly gonna forget to post!!!
  2. Bubbles

    Banana Rama

    👍
  3. Yes, it's kai! lol that's funny, i have a golden dwarf in there that tank has like 24/7 bodyguards
  4. That was one of the main design elements. I've worked in enough mini stands lol
  5. Well as my obsession (Hobby) has taken off I've gone through many tanks. First a 20 gallon long I went through two of those because the first one cracked. Then onto a 75 gallon, well 2 of those too, (because apparently, I'm good at cracking tanks) anyways three years ago I broke down a bought my first "nice" tank an IM 25 lagoon, and that was supposed to be my last upgrade. LOL, WRONG. Originally I had built an extremely cool "floating tank" and stand. It consisted of a floating shelf reinforced with SS bars going through it so it could hold the weight of the 25. Then the upper cabinet held the filtration. Because I'm very different, I bought an all in one tank and still put a sump on it, mostly so I could have a bigger better skimmer. Well, about one year maybe two I bought the 50-gallon lagoon from Jeff at CNC, (My Employer). After a bit of modification, I was able to make the floating stand that I made for the 25 work for the 50. And it worked great all the way until one week ago when I noticed the top brace was bowing, and the tank was leaning forward toward the stone floor. So I was in the process of building the new stand. I had finished the new stand on Friday of last week. When on Saturday morning. I started hearing a creaking noise. I look over, and I see my tank slowing leaning forward, as the shelf that hold the tank is being ripped from the wall. Soooooooo, Saturday was the day I was putting my new stand in place. Since I was not going to have the cabinet above the tank anymore, I needed to find another means of filtration. So this time I went standard and put a REAL sump UNDERNEATH the tank, And I just drilled my 50 lagoon
  6. Bubbles

    What's a good ATO for a 20G sump?

    I've always had great luck the Tuze nano or the ozmolator (full Size)
  7. Bubbles

    Tiny Tank, Tiny Budget Contest

    I just can't think that far ahead lol I have that ATO for u, if you still want it
  8. Bubbles

    Tiny Tank, Tiny Budget Contest

    Too busy to post, I'm Out will still be posting on my tank thread.
  9. Bubbles

    Buying a used ICP-OES Testing Machine

    Alright after lots of research and help from friends in the lab industry, I've chosen the ICP-OES testing machine best suited for saltwater testing a PerkinElmer Optima 4300 DV Spectrometer * Dual-View ICP-OES More details coming soon,
  10. Bubbles

    Tiny Tank, Tiny Budget Contest

    4/14 update, Changed route now going with macro garden with dwarf seahorses. So far no algae problems. (Lol) Thanks jack for the extended post deadline!! Won’t happen again
  11. Bubbles

    Tiny Tank, Tiny Budget Contest

    Is there a chance I could get a stay of execution. I’m not at home today until late late in the night.
  12. Bubbles

    Looking for Euphyllia

    Ha. ha.
  13. Bubbles

    Looking for Female Kittens

    Thanks, I greatly appreciate it. Hey could have always been worse Thanks tho
  14. Bubbles

    Looking for Female Kittens

    After a long fight with cancer, my orange longhair kitty passed away today. I am on the lookout for Siamese, or Black female kittens. If anyone knows or any litters in the area please let me know. Thanks!
  15. Bubbles

    Looking for Euphyllia

    After the heater failure in my nano, it's looking a little bare, If anyone has any baby Euphyllia or small pieces they are willing to part with I would be quite grateful. Thanks!
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