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  1. This week, my black ice longfin girl passed suddenly. Symptoms were pretty vague - lethargy, uninterested in food, rapid breathing, and some damage to her tail. Her mate is in QT now for some general treatment as a precaution. I've never been so sad about losing a fish... Marisol loved being hand fed, and watching her dance through her nems was breathtaking. Everytime I see Marco swimming around, alone, I just get depressed all over again, so I'm looking for a possible friend for my longfin clownfish. Male is fine - they can hash that out. My dream fish would be a longfin phantom, but I'd consider other black and white ocellaris or a longfin of any color (not expecting to find the latter though). I have a lot of livestock and gear to trade, especially for the right fish - zoas, mushrooms, euphyllia, softies, montis, a BTA, 40g SeaClear tank, a 20g sump, etc etc. Shoot me a PM and we can chat. Located in SW Portland.
  2. I'm looking for a male mandarin... we have lots of pods, and my tisbe culture is taking off. Vancouver is a bit of a drive from SW Portland, but if you have a $5 boy you'd hold, I'd definitely make the trip!
  3. Wait, like, today? We were just looking for something to do...
  4. Oh no! Man, that sucks. On one hand, he's just doing what urchins do.... but that must have been a hell of a blow :( nature is a [language filter]. Hope the rest do ok.
  5. Just saw this post on Facebook, out of OC, for free Water Hyacinth pond plants... https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2239418526356132/ Might work better for your pond! Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  6. I don't know how large your water feature is, but they aren't huge leaves. I saw a cool trick on bending rigid airline tubing to control there they're able to grow, and was able to apply the idea to keep my plants from being pushed under the water by my HOB filter return flow (until they grew over, at least....) I bet you could do something similar to protect them a bit? I'll take a picture for scale once I'm a bit more awake. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  7. I honestly don't know for certain what kinds they are. Some is frogbit, I think there is some salvinia, a bit of duckweed, a bit of red root floaters, and possibly some water lettuce? I bought it initially as a mix. So far as if it can be an outdoor nix, I understand some is fairly hardy and would do ok, but I haven't tried first hand, nor could I say which would survive. If you want to try some out, definitely update me, because I'm curious! I might have to test a bit out myself.... Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  8. My floating plants have exploded, and I wanted to see if anyone would be interested in some for their own tank/second cousin's betta tank/jar of water on a windowsill/whatever. These are freebies if anyone wants them (although I never say no to houseplant clippings or frags hehe). I really just hate throwing away plants... I even feel guilty tossing my chaeto (which I do in small quantities every week or so, if anyone is looking for a start). Located in SW Portland. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  9. Can I toss you a coral frag in lieu of cash? I think I have some zoas you might like... Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  10. That is a truly terrifying photo. They're using *tools*! [emoji32] Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  11. That's quite an accomplishment -- Congratulations! I look forward to seeing more news from you guys Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  12. I'd love to help, but I'm up in Portland 😞 good luck!
  13. Oh, and what type? Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
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