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  1. I am moving and would like to see my sps tank go to the right home. I have it posted on craigslist, <Removed link> I would love if some generous philanthropist would like to share the cost with me as I could really use some moving money. I am open to all ideas. Thank you Corey M.
  2. Zoanthid Frag Pack for TFT

    For those of you who are not into the SPS Acropora scene it looks like we still have a few of the zoanthids left from the Oregon Reef Expo as well and this means there will be another auction. And as with the other auction going on right now all the proceed will be going straight to the Tanks For Teachers program. Just look at this nice and colorful coral frag pack going on here. A couple mini colonies about to start here. Blue Eyed Girls, Armageddons, Dragon Eyes, Purple Deaths, Fire and Ice, and two other nice looking frags to complete the paly polyp pack. The bidding will end on Friday the 19th midnight, with preferred pick up at the August 21st meeting at Emeralds House. Let the bidding begin.
  3. Posting this for Kelly Perry, marine biology teacher at Tualatin High; check out her Donors Choose project for a Predator Tank. If interested in helping out, code SNOWFLAKE will double any donation. http://www.donorschoose.org/project/blowing-up-for-fish-friends/1775809/?rf=link-siteshare-2015-12-teacher-teacher_1038151&challengeid=189620
  4. I wanted to give a huge thanks and shout out to Jeff at Cuttle Fish! To many of you, this will come as no surprise, but Jeff is one the nicest and most generous individuals and business owners I have ever met. I came into his shop a few weeks ago to investigate drilling a new tank for my high school biology classroom. Jeff did one about a million times better and offered to donate a 105 DSA tank, stand and canopy. He even delivered the tank and help hoof it into my classroom, it was a heavy beast. I couldn't be more impressed, thankful, and ecstatic to get the tank going! I'm going to get the tank up and running over the next few weeks and will post more pictures of its progress. Link to tank picture If you have not yet visited Cuttle Fish & Corals, please do so as you won't find a better shop and nicer owner. If you have been to Cuttle Fish before, please continue to support such an outstanding local business.
  5. Hi All, I'm a biology teacher, also at Tualatin High, and am in need of some suggestions/help. I have a 75g reef tank in my classroom with lots of happy fish and lps that I started about four years ago. It is extrmeely popular with my biology and IB Bio students and a great addition to my classroom. At the time of starting the tank I didn't plan to add a lot of coral, but now after being in the hobby a while, would really like to add sps to make a complete reef. I made the unfortunate decision of buying a marineland reef led light that I got on sale when I first started and am now limited in what coral I can grow. I'm hoping someone can help with suggestions for led lights that would allow me to grow sps and on a near non-existent budget. Thoughts, suggestions, donations would all be greatly appreciated! Thanks for the help, Dan
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