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If you see any ulva on the beach you wanna collect I'd love some. You could bring it to Fenner next Sunday?! I'm trying to increase my number of old cultures

 

 

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??? What's that? Anything else? What could I collect for my tank?

 

 

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Collecting in Washington is a tricky one. Make sure you get licensees before you just start trying to take things home. ;)

 

 

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ok! Like what is there to collect for a reef tank? On the beach?

 

 

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Long Beach Cali is still coldwater. It's also where I am posting from!

 

I'm not aware you need a permit to collect seaweed, but I could just be ignorant in it.

 

Ulva is a seaweed that looks similiar to a thin lettuce. It grows in cold and tropical climates. It's a great algae to put in pod cultures because it can handle the swings that neglect brings IME

 

 

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As far as collecting the Tiger pods many people feed their reefs are found up and down the Oregon and Washington coast. The ones I culture were collected in Oceanside, and have been given out to 20 other reefers or so now. Easy to grow out. Just need some water, a window light, and some ulva.

 

 

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