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Jack-the-reefer last won the day on December 24 2018

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  1. All gone. close this pretty please
  2. I have an mp10 for sale. It’s older, and makes a little noise when it’s running. 30$
  3. I’m clearing out some things that are gathering dust. Everything is used, but still in good shape. -22 gallon rimless tank, drilled with overflow. -12g long rimless - 6g long rimless -4g rimless cube i have some little pumps and things around too. If you’re interested, let me know when you want to come by. I’ll help you load up anything you want to take. im in downtown Vancouver, and free most evenings
  4. I’m looking for a stand for a new project. I need the top to be 20-24” square. if you have anything, please let me know.
  5. All gone. Close this thread pretty please.
  6. I’m going to take a break for a while. I’m too busy right now to really enjoy having a tank. I’m hoping somebody just wants to take everything, so I’ll make it cheap. I’ll say 200$ takes everything, and see what happens. i don’t have anything super high end, but I’ll list the highlights. Colony of grandis palys, Fiji yellow leather, really nice favia, red goniopora, Duncan, gorgonian, big colony of pipe organ. There are a bunch of different zoas filling in the gaps. also a Tiger Pistol shrimp, skunk cleaner shrimp, six line wrasse, tailspot Blenny, and azure damsel. everything is pest free, and has been on the tank for several years. I live in downtown Vancouver, and I’m only available on the weekends.
  7. If it’s just zoas, you can soak the rock in 50% tank water, 50% hydrogen peroxide for 10 minutes. It won’t bother the zoas, but will probably kill the sponge.
  8. I have had two small, bottom dwelling fish disappear in the past week. I don’t know why it didn’t dawn on me until just now, but I’ll bet my 6” serpent star has been catching them at night. It’s a great scavenger, I don’t think it would be able to grab any big fish. If anyone out there wants him, let me know, and I’ll bag it up for you. Otherwise, it’ll just go into the sump. I’m in Vancouver.
  9. I used green hydnophora to kill mushrooms once. That might work.
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