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It was a great show. Exceeded my expectations. The only complaint I have is the venue seemed pretty tight and crowded, but that’s a great problem to have. Thanks for the help organizing, I’d love to get more involved next go around.
Not sure if this is the appropriate place but wanted to get the word out ASAP as it’s a great sale. All heater sizes are $15.
Not all that odd considering I said algae, not plants. I could also add mangroves, but looking for more of a macro algae that will do well in a small system. Chaeto is the only algae successfully kept in brackish systems, at least that’s all I could find.
You make a good point on trying a marsh...
Starting up a few small containers for these “super shrimp”. Would love to hear about some locals experience with these critters.
I will be putting them in a brackish environment. I read chaeto is the only known readily available algae to survive in brackish.
I don’t have a planned stock list, just some ideas floating around. When the live rock gets delivered, it should have various macros on the rock. I’m going to see what survives the initial die off and go from there! But I’ve kept macros in the past, codium was one of my favorites. I’ve never...
Cut me some slack, we just moved and my tank is not looking great! I lost several frags from the freeze and the move. So I plan to restock the tank at Reef Currents 😎
Order was put in for aquacultured Florida live rock (salty bottom), so excited to put that in the pico and see what kind of...
Not new to the hobby but new to Marsh. Just moved to Cypress and looking to connect with fellow hobbyists nearby 👋
I currently have a mixed reef 10g IM fusion and recently started my 4g pico water box back up and converting that to a macro algae/critter tank. Nothing crazy but just enough to...
Setting up a pico macro algae tank and looking for some diverse and very “alive” live rock. The more critters and growth the better.
I had plans to purchase Florida live rock from salty bottom, but they are consistently out of stock.
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