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  1. Cujo#31
    06-19-2014 02:30 AM
    A shot in the dark for sure as t has been a long time, but have u sold your led lights? Without a doubt yes.
  2. smacks72
    03-28-2014 04:51 AM
    hey rich brad said you might be selling a 300dd?
  3. Kylebstacey
    08-29-2013 07:44 PM
    Hey rich
    I'm coming down from Vernon this weekend and would love to check out the frag swap if I can find time to swing by.

    Thanks kyle
  4. AquaAddict
    07-25-2013 04:39 AM

    I would like to come and swap frags.

  5. chef
    07-16-2013 04:25 PM
    hey Rich. Stephen here from Whistler. I'm heading to J and L thurday and was wondering if you were going to be around. I'd love to come get a coupla frags from ya. some easy sps like a hairy milli, monti, and maybe a pc of setosa
  6. xoticlover
    07-05-2013 12:02 AM
  7. Masterpiece_Corals
    06-01-2013 11:45 PM
    What's your rarest/ most expensive frag?
  8. sunfish
    02-27-2012 03:18 AM
    Hi Rich, so you still want the co2 tank ?
    I PM you awhile ago .
    Just let me know thanks.
    12-08-2011 09:16 PM
    Hi Rich
    When you were in a while ago you mentioned you were able to buy sps frags from Dennis can you let me know his Online name .
  10. Reefer Rob
    11-07-2010 02:37 PM
    Reefer Rob
    Hi Rich
    I was getting my calcium chloride from BRS, but my last bag is just Dowflake. I would not have switched to Dowflake if I planned to keep the tank going, but I didn't want to pay for BRS shipping. You can get chemicals at Oceanic if they have them in stock, but so many times I go out there and they have nothing. Baking soda I get from Costco. Magnesium Cloride I've had so long I foget where I got it (I bought 2 large bags the time). Besides the 3 majors I dose Iodine and usually Iron. I was dosing strontium with my calcium, but I'm pretty sure thats not necessary. I found with the 400w bulbs it was too easy to cook my corals,and in fact that's exactly what happened to 1/3 of my tank when the outer casing of one of my halides broke. I noticed no difference when I switched to 250s, in fact growth may have sped up a bit for some corrals. 400w was too much light for even some of my acros in the top 1/3 of my tank. Fish get pellet food, with Selcon added 2 or 3 times a week. I find feeding Corral Frenzy a couple of times a week keeps the corrals healthier. I tend to get less incidences of tissue recession when I feed. I do 10% water changes every week. IMO this is the most important part of a maintenance regimen, I always have issues when I neglect this (generally happens every summer).

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