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    Hello there, Just a quick question...I am trying to post some items for sale and have been a...

    Hello there, Just a quick question...I am trying to post some items for sale and have been a member for awhile. For some reason, it says I do not have access to do so. Do you know why? I read the new policy but have been a member >30 days. Thank you, Angela
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    Removing a BTA from live rock

    Thank you (everyone) for your advice/tips, I really appreciate it! I plan on trying some/all of the suggestions to get this guy to let go of the LR. And if all else fails, i'll use some dynamite :o) Cheers, Angela
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    Removing a BTA from live rock

    Thanks for the recommendations everyone :o) Anybody want to buy a rose BTA ;o)
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    Removing a BTA from live rock

    Joes Juice? Never heard of it. I'll try to find it on line. thanks! A
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    Let's Talk About ~Algae Control~

    I understand that PHOSPHATE levels are a huge contributor to algae problems...just a thought.
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    Removing a BTA from live rock

    As a newbie to the salt water hobby, I have a question about the best way to remove a BTA from my (developing) reef tank. As I collect more coral, I have growing concern that my (enormous) RBTA may start to sting and kill the coral I am collecting. I tried once, very unsuccessfully to remove...
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    I know. Tragic :o)

    I know. Tragic :o)
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    I had to friend request you considering you have the Hockey Night in Canada logo. Could'nt...

    I had to friend request you considering you have the Hockey Night in Canada logo. Could'nt resist :o)
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    Saltyfish's CR Build!

    Hahahahahahaha!
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    Saltyfish's CR Build!

    I especially love the pic containing the Full Throttle. How many of those did you have to drink to find the energy to build that thing ;o)
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    Member of the Month - April 2009

    Loved your MOTM write-up! Sounds like your new setup is going to be gorgeous! I agree with you that its better to overshoot a little with the lighting/pumps/etc, even if it increases your costs. Best to plan ahead :o) Cheers, Ange
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    Thanks for the feedback on Triggers. I had a feeling 70G might be a bit small. Its too bad...

    Thanks for the feedback on Triggers. I had a feeling 70G might be a bit small. Its too bad picassos love to eat live coral...i've never really seen a terribly large one. I may just have to admire them from afar... :o(
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    Triggerfish questions

    Hi everyone, I have been doing a bit of reading on Triggerfish that are suitable for a mixed reef/fish tank and am looking for some suggestions from more experienced keepers. I currently have a 45 gallon set-up (far too small for a trigger, I know) but am about to upgrade to a 70 gallon tank...
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    Comment by 'saltluvers' in media 'Pyramidelline Snails'

    How do I get rid of these buggers? I noticed them at night. Anyone??
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