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  1. Hey everyone, I went back to the Evergreen State College (my undergraduate) for a visit and they installed a huge 13,000 liter system aquarium system in the basement of the school. One thing I thought they always did well was teach the sciences and this provides a way for the students to both monitor and have a hands-on experience with these living creatures. http://www.cooperpointjournal.com/2017/04/26/hidden-marine-treasures-evergreen-debuts-new-state-of-the-art-aquarium-facility/ Although, when I visited, they were looking for more variety of corals and it made me think it would be good to ask the club. Personally, I have some euphyllia, birdsnest, xooanthids, and pavona that I am going to donate. I haven't heard of anything they don't want. So, please let me know if you have any corals that you would be willing to donate for educational purposes. I'll likely be heading up in December, so no rush. Thanks again, Miles
  2. Reef madness

    Corals for Sale

    Helping a friend Sell some corals locally. These look healthy and have thrived in his IM tank for a couple of years and he's a great guy to deal with. Here is his Ad: https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/for/6073691508.html If you would like to contact Tom directly, he can be reached at tomallanboyd@gmail.com
  3. stylaster

    My Tonga Trip

    Hi All Back in May i took an awesome trip to Tonga to collect corals and clams. Thought i would share some pics with you all. Enjoy! Here are a few pics of collecting and out in the boat with the guys
  4. Hi Everyone, Let start with an introduction. My name is Nakul, and I live in Corvallis, Oregon. My wife and I got into this hobby (more like getting into it) after we had a roommate who had a freshwater tank, but he recently moved out. And now we are too used to having an aquarium at our place. We have decided to start with a salt water aquarium (but real slow as we are just students and can't throw in a lot of money all of a sudden). Besides this, in my day to day life, I like to play soccer, video games, photography, and traveling. I am a mechanical engineering student, and my wife just graduated with a degree in Animal Science, and is thinking about going to Veterinary School. I guess this is where I will end the introduction. It's a pleasure being a part of this community. Thank you, Nakul
  5. Kent Marine Maxxima RO/DI System (believe its 60-65 gallons per day) Gently used but in great shape! Can't find manual, but most likely it could be downloaded from the internet. Picture shows what is included. No TFC Membrane, Carbon Block Pre-Filter, Micron Sediment Pre-Filter. Item is located in Welches, Oregon 97067 No Shipping. Sold As-Is. No returns. Sale is Final. $50.00 OBO Cash only. I can never get pictures to upload on this site so instead here is a Craigslist link: https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/pet/5425513429.html
  6. bamburgb

    Phosphates

    Hi Everyone, Just was curious as to how often people will check there phosphates? what levels they usually run at? The reason for this discussion is I have been watching bulkreefsupply videos on youtube about a conference from last year and saw some beautiful tanks and people were saying they had phosphate levels of like 1.1 and .9 which most of us would consider high levels. So just wanted to see what peoples opinions are about having elevated phosphate levels, I know in some instances it will cause algae growth, but has anyone had any experience where it has actually helped with SPS growth? the tanks they were showing saying they had higher phosphate levels were mostly SPS and doing amazing.
  7. Custom 310 Gallon Saltwater Mixed Reef Aquarium setup. Live and Running. Moving and can’t take the tank. Our loss is your gain! Professionally built custom tank and stand. All very high quality grade construction. Top quality components. This tank is stunning to look at and gets a lot of compliments. This tank is currently up and running now and was built brand new and setup 2 years ago. It is a fully functional Mixed reef with Live rock, Live sand, Live hard and soft coral, Live fish and Invertebrates. Nearly all tank mates have been living together parasite free for at least 2 years in this tank. Some a few years before that in different tanks. The tank is fairly automated so minimal maintenance is required. No Leaks or cracks in the tank. I have put a lot of hard work and energy into this tank to get it to where it is today. This truly is a work of art and a beautiful hobby. Looking to rehome all coral livestock first, then Fish and inverts. Then Tank breakdown can occur. I would prefer to sell it as a full package to the right buyer. I will not consider low ball offers, I’ve already cut everything by at least 50% and I can store this tank setup if needed. May consider some partial trade credit towards a small cube setup or biocube. Please Email me your information and exactly what you are interested in. It is available for viewing to Interested buyers. Thank you. Equipment Tank – 240 Gallon Custom built Acrylic tank designed and built by a professional “Innovative Plastics Concepts Inc.” all ½” Cast acrylic construction with full seamless bracing. Trapazoid central overflow with Durso Silent Drain pipes. Dimensions. 96”w X 24”h X 24”d Sump – 68 Gallon Acrylic Sump custom built with 2 filtration socks, refuqium / skimmer chamber, auto top off & bubble traps. Dimensions. 48”w X 18”h X 18”d Stand - Dark Walnut Stained custom built Hood, Stand and Cabinet. Marine grade water resistant plywood was used. Extremely well build and sturdy support system. Stand is rock solid and doesn’t wiggle or move. Main Pump – Reflo DART / SNAPPER HYBRID EXTERNAL WATER PUMP. 3600gph – Uses 145W of power Skimmer – Custom built Large skimmer by Innovative Plastics Concepts Inc. Dual pump with needle wheels. Bubble plate. Single Collection Cup. This skimmer does a really good job. I clean it every 4-6 days and its always very full. Dimensions. 14”W x 10”D x 26”H Calcium reactor - 200-400gallon rated - upflow style. Aquatic Life CO2 Regulator with Lighted Solenoid and an Aluminum Brushed CO2 bottle approx. ¾ full. Includes a full bag of fresh calcium large media and a bottle of NeoMag mix. Dimensions. 12”W x 8”D x 24”H Reef Keeper Lite - Basic, Head Unit, 2 x PC4, temp probe. The ReefKeeper Lite is a powerful and cost effective aquarium control system. It’s completely flexible and allows you the ability to create a control system that’s as unique as your tank. Whether you’re looking for a variety of programmable outlets or need to monitor multiple parameters, the ReefKeeper Lite can be configured to your specifications. AquaIllumination Sol Super Blue LED Lights – 4 units. Mounting brackets, slave cables and LED controller. The ultimate in LED light control, longevity, and energy savings delivers results in excellent coral growth. AquaIllumination (AI) Sol Super Blue LED Light boasts a proven track record for phenomenal coral growth. Both LPS and SPS corals flourish under its precision lighting environment. The exclusive use of white Cree XP-G and blue/royal blue XP-E series LEDs combined with proprietary 40 and 70 degree lenses achieve the greatest light spread without sacrificing intensity. Drawing only 75W and measuring 11.875" x 5.375" x 2.35" high, the AI Sol LED Module is a sleek, highly energy-efficient powerhouse choice for serious reef enthusiasts! T5 Supplemental Actinic Lighting – Workhorse 7 ballast with (4) 48” T5 lamp fixtures. Includes bulbs with approx. 40 hrs use. Used to add additional actinic daylight around mid day to front and rear of tank. AquaMaxx XL BioPellet Reactor - Controlling nutrients inside our aquariums is one of the keys to preventing nuisance algae growth. The AquaMaxx BioMaxx BioPellet Reactor is a finely-tuned fluidized filter designed to help hobbyists remove nitrates and phosphates from reef aquarium systems. Adding a bio pellets reactor to your reef aquarium filtration system will improve the water quality for fish and other marine life. Biopellets initiate a more efficient denitrification process that removes nitrate and phosphate from aquarium water to prevent algae growth or harm to invertebrate and coral. Koralia Power Heads - (2) 1650 gph. Dynamic, fully submersible water pumps revitalize hard-to-access "dead spots" in your aquarium. Magnetic base with articulating ball joint allows a full, 360-degree range of convenient pump positions. Directs vital water movement to areas of your aquarium never possible with conventional powerheads. Patented propeller design generates water flow that is both powerful and delicate - ideal for marine and reef aquariums. Extremely low energy consumption. Suction cup and magnet mounting system measures 2-3/4" diameter and is suitable for aquarium glass up to 1/2" thick. VorTech MP40w ES Propeller Pump - EcoTech Marine - Wave Maker – (1) The MP40wES is the workhorse of the VorTech line. Well proven on tanks between 50 and 500+ gallons, the MP40 produces 1,000 to 3,200 gallons of flow per hour and will span up to 3/4 -inch glass. VorTech pumps offer a low profile and broad flow. The magnetically coupled design keeps heat and wires out of the tank. No accessories to buy for wave making or multi-pump use also make VorTechs a great value. Pricing Purchased Price, Asking Price Tank $2,200.00 $1,200.00 Stand $2,000.00 $1,000.00 Sump $350.00 $200.00 Dual Skimmer $280.00 $190.00 Reeflo Pump Dart Hybrid $320.00 $200.00 Calcium Reactor $300.00 $150.00 Regulator and Bottle $225.00 $120.00 Reefkeeper Lite. $180.00 $100.00 AI SOLS + Controller $1,806.00 $1,000.00 T5 Lighting $150.00 $60.00 Aquamaxx XL BioPellet Reactor $149.00 $80.00 Power Heads Korallia $134.00 $60.00 Vortec MP40WES $299.00 $220.00 Live Rock – Appox 500lbs. some pieces 24”. Tonga, Fiji and some Pukani. All Premium Pieces. $3-6 Lb depending on size and quantity purchased. Some have corals attached. Live Sand approx. 300lbs $ make offer. Inverts – All snails and hermits will go with live rock and sand. Astrea Snails Anemone Crab - Goes with Rose Anemone Blue Legged Hermits Coral Banded Shrimp – Healthy approx. 3 yrs old $10 Fire Shrimp - approx. 2 yrs old $20 Feather Duster Worm - approx. 1 yr old $5 Mexican Turbo Snails Mini Maxi Carpet Anemone – been in tank 2 yrs $20 Nassarius Snails Lg and Small Nerite Snails Pencil Urchin - approx. 3 yrs old $5 Red Legged Hermits Rose Bubble Anemone - Opens up to around 14” D and 12-15” H Approx 4 yrs old - $100 Short Spine Small Purple Urchin – approx. 2 yrs old $5 Sand Sifting Starfish – Approx 2 yrs old. 5” very healthy. $10 5-6” Brown with Blue spots Derasa Clam had in tank 2 yrs $50 6”-7” White and Black Derasa Clam had in a tank 3 yrs $70 12-14” Huge Brown Striped Derasa Clam had in a tank 4 yrs $300 Fish - All fish have been in tank for 1+ years. Healthy and no parasites. Yellow Tangs Medium Size 4”+ – 3 available $25 each Sailfin Tang – Medium Size 4” + - $25 Blue Hippo Tang Medium Size 4”+ - $35 Niger Trigger Medium Size 4”+ - $25 Coral Beauty Medium 3” - $20 African Flameback Pygmy Angel – Doesn’t usually bother any coral. Have had him for 3 years. $50 Tribal Blenny Adult - $10 Hawaiian Bartlet Anthias Female - $30 Ocellaris Clownfish (3 yr Mated Pair) Have not attempted to lay eggs yet. $30 6 line wrasse - $10 Rainbow Melanarus Wrasse Male – approx. 6” - $30 Flame Hawk - $40 Hawaiian Golden Dwarf Moray Eel, 2yrs old - Approx 14”+ – Frozen Krill - Eats out of your hand. $250 Banghai Cardnals (3) - $10 each File Fish – Eats Aipstasia and Mojanos like mad. Likes to pick on acans and duncans. Leaves pretty much everything else alone. Eats pellet food. - $20 Red Scooter Blenny - $10 Sand Sifting Diamond Goby Medium Size - $10 Corals Purple Stag Colonies with light blue tips. Stag Colony purchased from Local Fish Store. Im pretty sure it is aquacultured but I have not tried to ID it. Mother Colony is 15” x 10” x 12” But I highly doubt it will come out like that. $250 for all of it or get a healthy 5” Frag Colony for $100. Yellow Birdsnest Grows quickly and tight in formation, very hardy. Not sure of origination. Approx 10”x7”x8” Whole Colony $60.00 Purple Birdsnest Large Purple Birdsnest colony approx. 8” x 8” $50.00 Green Birdsnest Huge Colony. Will not come out intact. Grows Quickly. $120 for the whole thing. Have some nice size frags available in the 3-5” range. $10 ea. Orange cap Very large Montipora capricornis colonies. $100 for large 10”+ colonies. One on rock as well. Most detatched. Smaller colonies $40 Bird of Paradise small colony and frag - $20 sunset montipora two large frags and large shelf rock 14” x 10” $20.00 each for frags and $65 for rock. Strawberry Gardens on a small 5-6” rock - $25.00 Orange pavona Colony on 6-8” rock. - $60.00 Green Pocilliopora Colony. 2 at 3” - $30.00 each Green Lettuce Coral, Cactus Coral - Pavona decussate. Large Colony approx 6x6”. $60.00 Neon Green Candy Cane – 6-7 heads. $5 per head Maze brain coral - $60.00 Idaho Grape Montipora – This colony is embedded between rocks and will most likely only come off in fragments. Frags. 3”+ $20 ea. Green Torch Coral. Approx 8 heads. $40.00 blue ridge coral Large Colony. Naturally brown with white polyps and unique growth pattern. Skeleton is blue inside. – 7” x 9” - $60.00 Orange and blue ricordia large aprox 2.5” across. $20.00 *** Most the corals are attached. Can not guarantee fragmentation won’t occur during removal. *** Package Deal Equipment Only. $3200 Package Deal for Everything AS IS – Livestock, Rock, Sand and Equipment. $5900 (Retail $13,500) Prefer to sell it as a Package Deal. Make me Reasonable Offers. Key Words: Aquarium, Saltwater Fish, Live Rock, Corals, Protein Skimmer, Chiller, Metal Halide, T5 HO, Calcium Reactor, Marine, Reef, Saltwater, Coral, Inverts, Aquariums, Tanks, Fish Tank, Reverse Osmosis, Zoanthids, Zoas, SPS, LPS, Acro, Acropora, Montipora, Monti, Sand, Salt, Acan, Scolymia, Birdsnest, Urchin, Starfish, Clams, Chaeto, Caulerpa, Hermit, Crabs, Snails, Tang, Wrasse, Butterfly, Grouper, Anthias, Clown fish.
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