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HarleyGuy last won the day on June 22 2019

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    Aquariums, Hunting, Fishing, Shooting

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  1. Hi All, I have a Sea Hare that eats a ton of Hair Algae that is free to the first person to come get him/her. This animal, with help from my Refugium, took care of the rest of my Hair algae in my 55 fish only tank. That is all that it eats is Hair Algae and it eats all the time. :-). I was going to take it back to River City and get my money back, but thought that someone in the club may need it. Let me know soon or it will be residing at River City. thanks, John The fat rabbit is gone to another reefer needing algae help. Thanks all!
  2. Welcome back. What size / setup if tank do you have? John Scott
  3. Cheato for sale until I thin out about half of my Fuge. 😊 So first come first served. Clean but there may be some pods (which is a good thing) Tennis ball $10 Softball $20
  4. Wow, not good, maybe send a water sample to one of the labs for testing?
  5. Unless you have some absolutely awesome rock that you can't bear to part with, then in that case I would bleach the **** out of it, clean it really good with a pressure washer, and then leave it out in this heat/sun for a few days and it should be pretty clean. No guarantee that everything in the deep crevices is gone, but I would think most everything should be at least dead. Then I would put it in a tub of salt water for a while to leach out any remaining bad stuff, test the water for nitrate/phosphate, water changes, when those are mostly undetectable start the curing process again. You pretty much need to to the same process with dry Pukani, but I personally would feel safer with the new dry rock, then rock that I know had some issue.
  6. I know this is horrible to think about, but if you have to start over I'd recommend new rock, re-seeding and the whole ball of wax. That way you are sure to remove anything related to the rock. I would get rid of the sand as well. (replace rock, sand, water, thorough clean out of the sump - start over). If you are nuking the rock you are pretty much starting over anyway, it would cost more $, but be more certain if you start with new/cycled dry rock. Just an opinion.
  7. One of my really large Rainbow Nems split. I was able to catch one while he was moving around the tank. These are like softball size with nice colors when they blow up. $45 First message gets it.
  8. Oh lake Austin, right. I would not be able to get there until this weekend. If that isn’t soon enough and you have someone closer who wants it, I understand.
  9. I can’t today. Where are you located? I’m in Round Rock.
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