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Checkin’ Out Will’s Mixed Reef Tank

Checkin' Out Will's Mixed Reef Tank I haven't done a tank video in a long time, mostly because I'm a hermit, but I did manage to get out of my pajamas and visit my friend Will. Will is a long-time customer of Tidal Gardens... From: tidalgardens Views: 0 0 ratingsTime: 07:16 More in Pets & Animals
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Long Polyp Toadstool Timelapse + Info – HD

FB: www.facebook.com/coralfish12g The long polyp toadstool is part of the genus Sarcophyton. This is an easy soft coral for any beginner or expert and will grow fast. It is really easy to propagate and is also hardy. Toadstools come in all sorts of shapes but this long polyp is the coolest of them all and will do great in almost and reef aquarium. Enjoy the stunning time-lapse and information!
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Pectinia – The Next Big Thing?

Pectinia - The Next Big Thing? Nobody knows what the next super popular coral might be, but a contender is Pectinia. The common name is Spiny Cup Coral and you can see why. They have a very distinctive cup shape that grows... From: tidalgardens Views: 0 0 ratingsTime: 03:34 More in Pets & Animals
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Mame Nano Protein Skimmer III Review – Saltwater Conversion

http://saltwater-conversion.com/collections/mame/products/mame-skimmer http://reefertees.com https://www.facebook.com/coralfish12g In this coralfish12g video, I am going to be reviewing the Mame Nano Protein Skimmer III. I was searching for a smaller and quieter protein skimmer for my 30 gallon reef tank when I found it on Saltwater Conversion.com. The Mame Nano Skimmer III is a very small, practical protein skimmer that is specially designed to skim the smallest nano tanks.
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Reef Threads Podcast #182

Trains have now become an integral part of the Reef Threads podcasts. Listen closely.It’s Reef Threads Podcast #182, the week in which trains become an integral part of the show. We also talk about FaceBook likes, octopus suckers and brains, B-Ionic bottles, the need to feed, seam checking, sump cleaning, and Evernote software. Download the podcast here, or subscribe to our podcasts at iTunes. Also, follow us on Twitter at reefthreads.—Gary and Christine To feed or not to feed Sump gunk The Magic of Evernote
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