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  1. silverado61

    What?

    That's exactly what they are. Which type laid them I don't know right off hand. Judging by the length of the trail a large one. You may get lucky and get a few to survive. If the eggs don't get eaten the hatchlings will unless they can find their way cover. Either way, this is a very good sign...
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    Help

    Just ghost feed your tank a pinch of flake a day to keep you system balanced and provide food for the snails.
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    New 75 Gallon with Sump

    Don't paint the eggcrate. Any salt splash will cause the paint to peel and flake off into the water. I just deal with it not matching.
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    White hairy tube

    Be careful how many you order because once they've eaten all that they feed on they'll starve to death.
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    HELP Internal overflows for 450gallon

    Are you looking for a corner overflow or a center overflow?
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    silverado61. Rebuilding my 72g bow front and stand.

    Good to hear. That's what he's wanted all along. I don't think he was happy being a taxidermist.
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    HELP Internal overflows for 450gallon

    Check out aquacave.com This is where I get most of my equipment from.
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    HELP Internal overflows for 450gallon

    We need more information on what your looking for. Are you looking for an HOB overflow or is it for a predrilled tank?
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    something wrong in my tank

    I need to ask: Are you QTing your fish before you put them in the tank and how are you acclimating them once you put them in there?
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    New 112 gl tank

    My preference is using Pink Figi sand (not really pink) as a deep sand bed. I agree with HeathS as far as a sump goes. That way you can put most if not all of your equipment (heaters, skimmer, etc) in the sump leaving your tank uncluttered.
  11. silverado61

    White hairy tube

    I don't think Hydroids are dangerous. Just invasive. If the Nudibranch doesn't get them I think you can just pluck them out and use a paperclip, putting the tip in the hole they're growing out of and grind the crap out of them.
  12. silverado61

    White hairy tube

    That one could be but I think the other one is clearly a glass anemone.
  13. silverado61

    tank/fish maintenance

    There's gotta be something we can do.
  14. silverado61

    White hairy tube

    It most likely started with one as a hitchhiker and just multiplied from there. As far as the Nudibranch goes that's also a hit and miss.
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    tank/fish maintenance

    Seems like with a lot of these forums most of the posts are from years ago. Is there something we can do to increase attendance?
  16. silverado61

    JBJ 6 gallon nano cube

    What filtration system are you using and do you have any photos?
  17. silverado61

    Photo contests?

    Why has it been so long since we've had a photo contest and does SWF plan on having any more?
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    Pom Pom crab?! How do I get it out and find it.

    The only way to keep it from hiding, I'm afraid, is to have a bare tank. They do come out during lights out using a red light for viewing. I wouldn't worry about the Bristle Worm. They are an important part of any CUC and I, for one, welcome them in my tank.
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    White hairy tube

    That, I'm afraid, is Aiptasia. A glass anemone that is a huge pest, highly invasive and multiply quickly. They will sting any fish or coral it comes in contact with. DO NOT TOUCH WITH YOUR BARE HANDS or you will feel the Wrath of Kahn! Certain Wrasses or a True Peppermint Shrimp will help if...
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    Back after taking some time off.

    Back after taking some time off.
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