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Kessil A360 NARROW E series blue tuna (2) LED

Posted 08/24/2016 at 10:45 AM by stubble88

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I have two of these. Used for about a year.
In perfect shape.
They are narrow for tall tanks. I now have a wider tank and I'm going with a different light fixture.
I was amazed with how well theses lights grew my Sps hard corals.
One of the best lights out there. Apex ready.
$275 each. Or $550 for both.
FREE SHIPPING

Thanks
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pest species, aiptasia, etc: some have problems; some don't: why?

Posted 08/19/2016 at 12:11 PM by Sk8r

Everybody has certain unwanted species arrive. NOT everybody has them take off and become a pita.
An exception is caulerpa algae in your rockwork: THAT is a plague that can cost you all your rockwork if your tank is too small to accommodate one of the only species that will eat it (rabbit).

Hair algae is a piffle. Most everybody gets it. A tank that continues to have it past a few weeks has a lot of phosphate it shouldn't have. Instead of buying a critter alleged to eat it---get...
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Hidden reasons for 'failure to thrive.'

Posted 08/09/2016 at 10:01 AM by Sk8r

Often it's the things you CAN'T see that cause the fail...
The ones that sneakily do in your corals or make your fish susceptible to problems.
This is where you need a) a decent skimmer (2x your tank system volume is a good measure) to handle nitrate b) strong water flow---limp flow doesn't oxygenate enough: your fish should work a little holding place at some points. c) do your water changes to replace the micro-traces your fish/corals may use up....
In other words, its the...
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Ozone Generators

Posted 07/03/2016 at 04:32 PM by AugustWest

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Thinking of adding ozone to my 93 gallon set up to assist with water clarity. Anybody have one of these or have an opinion on what brand to get?
http://www.marinedepot.com/AquaMaxx_...FIOZWO-vi.html
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Splash Down

Posted 06/28/2016 at 03:34 PM by TprMoore

Well the tank is finally wet, still waiting on the on the InTank gear to come in. Hopefully it'll be a quick cycle and we can get things rolling!
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