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Cherub's 33 long reef specifications summary.

Posted 02/20/2010 at 04:30 PM by cherubfish pair (Cherub's 33 long reef specifications summary.)
Updated 04/21/2011 at 08:51 PM by cherubfish pair (updates)

[INDENT][B]Brief Introduction[/B]
[/INDENT]First I'll say a little about my aquarium keeping experience. I had my first freshwater tank at seven years old. Marine life has been a passion for me all my life and I've been keeping reef tanks since 1999. Reef Central has been a big part of my reef tank journey. This website has been such a learning experience for me and I like this one because it is such a diverse community.

All my tanks have been nanos and due to some...
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When and how to start with corals.

Posted 10/24/2014 at 08:26 AM by Sk8r

When and how to start with corals...
Corals are in a way a responsibility: their collection in the wild likely cannot continue unrestricted: there is already a call for certain ones not to be collected. Communities have taken to aquaculturing them---putting them in lagoons where they can be grown in native waters, rather like farming.

And we can grow them for domestic sale or trade. Certain ones are quite easy to grow and break apart for sale, and if you want to get into this,...
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How are a qt and a hospital tank different---or are they?

Posted 01/15/2015 at 02:52 PM by Sk8r

Difference between a qt and a hospital tank...
There need not be. What describes a hospital tank can be a qt, IF you're willing to do very frequent filter changes, and you can do it as one tank. Follow with me. Understand the trade-offs.

A 'cycled' qt relies on bacteria. You can go as far as sand, rock, etc...or just sponges with bacteria. You put the fish in, you watch fish for four weeks. If you have to treat, you then move the fish to a hospital tank. And if it's a sand-rock...
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Blog start - 9/27/2009

Posted 09/27/2009 at 11:42 AM by diverdick

Well, here is day 1 :wavehand:

Changed 65 250w MH. Moving to 14k vs. 20k on the DE system. BTW, I do not like DE MH systems. Affordable for sure, lousy reflectors in most compact type systems.
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Kati ani on sale now at readyaquatics.com

Posted 01/26/2012 at 06:33 AM by ReadyAquatics

[B]ON SALE NOW![/B]
Kati/Ani is the choice of reef aquarium experts worldwide. Now is your opportunity to get these at a great price!

The German manufacturer of these amazing two-column deionizers has been producing units for over 30 years. World famous with aquarists that want the purest water, Kati/Ani is back in the USA for the first time since 2008; there have been no fresh imports since then. Unlike the very low grade mixed-bed resins, popularized with RO units to reduce...
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