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  1. 55 Docile Reef and 30 Hex Redux

    So I got a 55g tank and stand for Christmas '14, and originally planned to dismantle my 30g hex and move everything from it to the 55.

    I'm now thinking of designating the 30g hex as a clown/nem tank and leaving my aggressive mocha occies in it. Here are the plans for both, I'm trying to keeps notes on everything!

    55g LPS Fiji Patch Reef


    1 firefish
    1 orange stripe goby
    2 pink skunk clownfish
    1 yellow assessor ...

    Updated 01-27-2015 at 11:41 AM by ShankStripedLyretail

  2. Any tips for beginner? How to find SEO company in Milwaukee?

    With numerous exciting opportunities and advancements in the field of Search Engine Optimization and digital marketing, there is a mounting need for SEO Experts, SEO Marketing and Campaign Development Professionals within agencies & organizations. These SEO Professionals need a great deal of skills & strengths in order to survive the existing competition and come out with flying colours.

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    Updated 02-05-2018 at 10:22 AM by milwaukee

  3. Recirculating / Out of sump Protien Skimmer needed.

    I am looking for an out of sump protien skimmer for a 175 gallon tank or bigger. If anyone can help me find one I would be greatful.
  4. Our Tanks

    My mom and I were thrown into the hobby by purchasing (more like adopting) a 14 gallon, mis-stocked and under-researched BioCube from a friend, who moved and didnít want to kill her fish. It initially housed an ocellaris clown and an evil yellow-tail damsel.

    180g Softy Reef

    Originally 75g.

    ~200 lbs LR, ~220 lbs sand
    4 x Koralia 750
    Maxspect Gyre 150
    2 x 24" Marineland LEDs (temporary)
    1 x 120w black box ...

    Updated 05-03-2015 at 12:36 PM by ShankStripedLyretail

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    Inside storm windows plus quality siding are the most practical and easy to install of all the alternative ways of improving the insulation of your home, and they are the easiest to change and modify if needed. Although there is a traditional tendency to regard storm windows as being somehow cheap and flimsy, this certainly does not need to be the case. Windows built with quality materials and installed well can provide a high degree of comfort and insulation to your room, and save you money at ...
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