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    Welcome to the Forum, @Humblefish
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    I’m a fan of mushrooms as starters myself. Ya get to see them open and close and respond to changes. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    We're going to start having a meeting the first Sunday morning of each month 11am-noon @SBReefs in Davis Hwy, next to Bailey's farmers market. Each meeting someone will be presenting a topic for education and discussion. Love to have volunteers. Basic topics are great! Coffee drinks and donuts provided. Here's the kicker. Store will be closed until noon. We're allowing folks to bring corals and used equipment to sell or trade to each other. You can even use the "FRPS" club tank to display your corals. This will be open to new customers of the store as current reef club members. We are hoping to grow the reef club that way, as well as educate those new to the hobby. Seating will be limited so bring a camp chair. We will have a screen set up in the warehouse, plenty of room. First meeting is at 11am Sunday July 1st. Full disclosure: meeting is being held at and sponsored by SB Reefs and is not an official FRPS meeting...yet. [emoji4] Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
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    Took a lot of brainstorming to get this done.. as it sits in the same spot as the tanks it replaced. will have lots of zoanthid and Sps frags available soon.... had to break a bit to get the coral out of the old tank 120 gal main display 50 breeder mangrove refugium 50 low boy frag tank 100 gal Rubbermaid stock tank for a sump Ran by a iwaki md40rxt Thanks for looking brad
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    It's Alive!!!! 2018-06-11_12-37-59 by drauka99, on Flickr 2018-06-11_12-37-30 by drauka99, on Flickr Did some leak testing this weekend (passed all with flying colors) and Ended up filling the tank up with tap water (ours is surprisingly low TDS) onto the dry rock I had. Going to let it soak for a week or so and then do a 100% water change with good RO/DI water and get it cycling. I did go a bit overboard on my return pumps. 2 Varios 8's are a bit much. even with 1-1/2 drains they struggle to keep up. I have both set on the lowest setting on thier controller and there is a bunch of flow through the sump. 2018-06-11_12-39-13 by drauka99, on Flickr
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    Coral are located in Fort Walton Beach. I have the following corals for sale. Pics are of previous frags and mc's. Will post wysiwyg pics ASAP. Please text if you would like a pic of something specific before I do. Sps-Jason Fox Flame 2inches multiple branches $60, 1inch $40Pink Lemonade Fully Encrusted With Multiple branches coming up $40, 1inch $20RMF Acid Trip Milli 2inches multiple branches $60, 1inch branching $40Teal Acro 1 1/2 inches branching $20Green Stylophora 1inch $20Apple Berry Monti 1+inch branching $20Bright Green Acro (slimmer?) 2inches branching $20Walt Disney 1/2inch $60Purple Stylophora 2inches branching $20Jedi Mind Trick Monti 1inch encrusting $20WWC Blueberry Acro 1inch branching $40Pink Milli 1inch $20Purple Bonsai 1inch encrusting $20Mystic Sunset Monti 1inch encrusted $20Mr Pac-Man 1+inches $30Chili pepper/seasons greeting Monti 1inch encrusted $20Rommel's Rainbow Milli 3/4 inch $60WWC Yellow Tip 1inch $30Vivid Rainbow Delight 1inch $30Birds of Paradise Around 2inches $10Red Planet 3/4inch encrusted $20Ora Spongodes 2inches encrusted $20Orange Pavona 1inch encrusted $20Starburst Monti 1+inch $20Tyree Blue Matrix 1inch $30Forest Fire Digi 2+inches $20Ora neon green birds nest around 2inches $10Odds and ends-Bright Red & Orange Chalice 1/2inch $40Gatorades (Zoas) 3-4 polyps $20Lava Lamp mushroom quarter size with 1-2 babies $20 ( Adults get around half dollar size)Mia's pot of Gold Favia 1inch 5+eyes $20Purple/velvet green Warty Anemone around nickel size $20 ( They don't get any larger than around half dollar size). Please pm or text me with any questions. Can meet around the Fort Walton Beach area. two2six3eight6five is where I can be reached, thanks.
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    Good seller and Corals are in very good condition. That Blasto really looks good under my lights. Buy with confidence! Thanks Nathan.
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    Agreed! Let me know if you want me to bring some over this weekend.
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    Ill take hairy mushroom Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
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    Turned out the glass shop got the holes perfect. Was able to bulkhead the tanks together with no pressure.
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    I went diving today, as part of a in shore lionfish survey team, in hopes not to find lionfish at these two sites. I was extremely pleased to see great diversity at park east. I saw my first green sea turtle also tangs, bass, blennies, banded butterfly fish, damsels, spadefish, crabs, nems, sponges to name only a few. Park West had a surprise with an octopus hanging out in a reef ball (Sigh) now to save for an underwater camera. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Thanks for the awesome corals
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    I’ve got lots and also Elite. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I think a more likely explanation is there were some zoas or palys on the same rock that he didn't notice. Perhaps inside a crevice or buried under the xenia.
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    Ok. Shoot me a pm when you return. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    The SB boxes have a lot of purple that the phone camera picks up. I try and turn the blue channel almost all the way down but it still grabs it. This is not with the blues down. This side of the tank is a nice area.
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    Get everything back on track?
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    ok assumptions 150 gallon water volume ASSUMING that Magnesium levels are in correct range calcium currently 340ppm alkalinity currently 6.0 DKH AKL desired 7.8 DKH Calcium Desired - 400ppm Supplements used Alk - Baking Soda Calcium - Calcium Chloride 25 teaspoons of calcium chloride dissolved in RODI water and dosed should raise levels to ~400ppm 6.5 teaspoons of baking soda dissolved in RODI water and dosed should raise levels to 7.8DKH All that said, dose those 2 solutions slowly over a few days
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    Wow, that’s some good water. I thought water here on base was great ~130TDS, still not bad. My DI also lasts a very long time as I have only 1 TDS going in the first DI Stage. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I have lived in a few different water systems in the area and all the water from the tap has always tested pretty dang good. My current one is abount 60ppm tds out of the tap, i wondered why my DI was lasting so long and if my tds meter was bad after I moved so I bought a new one and confirmed it. 60 TDS in, 0 TDS after 2 sediment filters, 1 carbon and RO filter (I run the 150gpd kit from BRS so the waste from one RO goes into the second then joins back to the DI canisters) and obviously 0 TDS after dual DI. My water in Niceville/Valparaiso was around 120-130 TDS from the tap, same setup got it to 1-2TDS before the DI canisters. I had a TDS "wand" tester that I gave a friend in Illinois, I thought it went bad or something after she used it the first time, found out it was still accurate. Her TDS tested out of the tap at close to 400PPM, another friends in the same area was just as bad and others I know have even worse.
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    Hi everyone, I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Sabrina and I'm the owner of DK Reef Treasures. What got me started in saltwater aquariums was my marine biology class in high school. We had to take care of an aquarium for the whole year. After seeing the coral grow my passion for the hobby grew more intensely. I've been wanting to have my own business for years and I finally got the courage to make that leap. Why not do what you love for a living? Since I was a hobbiest before a business owner, I know what it's like to be worried about a new store. I plan to provide you happy, healthy coral and the best service you could receive. You can always follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dkreeftreasures Or check out my website at www.dkreeftreasures.com Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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    Please welcome DK Reef Treasures our newest sponsor.
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    You for grabs is a beautiful frag of green paly these retail anywhere from 60 to 75 each there is 3 large and a baby coming in very healthy if interested make offer won't let me upload photos text for info 8507480255
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    I love this coral so much.
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    That's a nice looking tank!
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    Some side shots and my new Scopas.
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    Got poly sealer on stand, cleaned out old seams on tank prepped and made nice lines with tape it came out a really nice size with a #16 caulk tool it almost looks like I knew what I was doing.... lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    So I tried this one coat stuff today, goes on like Elmer’s glue, I wouldn’t use it if the temp is under 110 out side. Went back to old faithful fast dry Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    You could use epoxy paint. In fact on garf.org it shows you how to make a plywood tank with epoxy paint. Next best option is that Flexseal paint. I used it on the catch tray for my sump, but you don't brush that stuff on, use a wide putty knife. Real thick. Sent from my SM-J700P using Tapatalk
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    I always just use multiple coats of Kiltz primer and sealer
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    I can get all that and more I am going to post price list on clean up crews shrimp and corals just waiting to get the list to post prices snails and crabs and all. Sorts is very fair on pricr
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    Sorry to hear about the clam. I'm glad that basically everything else has been working out, though! Do keep updating this thread! -Kamran
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    Hey folks, I saw someone asking about getting added to the forum and that he was having trouble getting validated or something. Can anyone offer some clarification as to what the problem may be? @lobstergrabber, his name on R2R is "Humblefish" but I don't know if that's the same name they are trying to use to register for this site.
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    Thanks for the help @HolleyN with getting added.
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    Biggest babies my Goni has dropped so far. This is number 3 & 4. 1&2 were so small they got lost in the sand. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Welcome to the area. Richard Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    My wife & I hope to be moving to Navarre soon, so I just wanted to reach out and say hello to the local reefing community here. Also, if anyone knows of a house for rent that would be OK with multiple aquariums please let me know. We'd like to rent for a year or two before buying.
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    Humblefish would be a great addition to our club/forum. I think he is looking at moving to the area.
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    "humblefish" is the name he is trying to register under.
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    2 clownfish, 1 goby, cardinal, fish, clean up crew, various corals, maybe 70 pounds of live rock. $150
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    Just some more pics. Sorry my montis suck. My Kole eats on them. It doesnt seem to effect anything other than PE though. The rainbow browned out because of high nutrients that I think I have gotten under control now and its coloring back up.
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    For those that are interested..... https://www.navarresciencestation.org/reef-tv
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    Update: 13 Mar Three weeks in...All blue clove polyps are completely gone. I believe I had a slight cycle...my clam closed up, one SPS suffered some STN, Candy canes LPS don't look good, and I have some green algae. I stopped nitrate dosing for algae. Yesterday my clam opened back up...so I think I'm in the clear. On the bright side...ALL blue cloves are gone. It kills Waving Hand as well...I have some in the sump...GONE. As a note, I think I would have had some issues if I would have had much more die off. If you have a lot of blue clove, I would have Water Changes ready to go. Happy Reefing!