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HDIII

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About HDIII

  • Birthday 12/27/1986

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Greenfield
  • Tank
    55gal freshwater and 75gal saltwater

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  1. Well it looks like the blue velvet damselfish is the culprit. I've had frags end up on the sand bed that were sitting on my frag rack. I've been watching and waiting and finally caught him going to pick at a piece and completely pull the frag plug off the rack! Time for him to go!!
  2. @ryansweet I just read a thred that said they had a yellow tail eating his coral. Looks like that one will be finding a new home. I've had 3 spotted and neon blue damsel and never had any issues. I will get that one segregated tonight.
  3. The tank is a 75 gallon and has been running for about 3 years now. The first picture you can see the pulsating xenia that has been in my tank for a year now. They have been picked clean with a zoea that was with it. That was taken the day(10/1/19) I put the rescued fish in. I left town for the weekend and noticed it today. I am running the current loop system with lights, t5 grow light, wave pumps, and DC pump with a dry wet sump. I don't have any test results right now. The green star pulps have been in the tank since March and growing strong. Started with a quarter size and grew to palm size.
  4. Good afternoon, I rescued some fish a week ago and now my pulsating xenia are gone, my green star polyps are thinner/no more green arms, and my birds nest are being cleaned off. I took in a tomato clown, neon blue, yellow tail, and three striped damsel. All the research I've done says the are reef safe. Any ideas and help will be appreciated. If anything they might need new homes.
  5. I'll be there for sure! I don't have anything to bring but looking to buy to add to my tank. I see quite a few I'm interested in.
  6. I'm looking for some quality reliable wavemaker recommendations for my 75gal tank. I'm currently running the Current USA Loop system and have enjoyed the user-friendliness of it. I like how I can control my lights and pumps with a remote. However I now have a second wave maker failure. The first one failed at a year and one month and the second one has now failed at a year and 3 months. They have also gone up in price significantly within that year time frame. I'm not worried about price but would like to get more than a year out of them.
  7. I am planning to be there. Is there anything you would like me to pitch in?
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