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  1. General Reef Discussion
    As we all get into the hobby we try to keep moving forward to learn new things to help our tank and inhabitants to be happy and health. So this lead to a question. Is it worth the set up to hatch brine shrimp as live food for the tank? Being new to the hobby I am trying to figure out if...
  2. Marine Depot
    Back by popular demand! Fish and coral foods from Ocean Nutrition and San Francisco Bay Brand are now 10% off with coupon code LETSEAT. Sale ends 7/13. Stock up and save on mysis, brine, cyclops, bloodworms and more!
  3. General Reef Discussion
    So I want to start hatching baby brine shrimp as this is what all my fish eat (the frozen kind right now) I was looking at Brine Shrimp Direct. What is the difference between these 2 kits and will both work very well? I was just wondering why one is only $11 and one was $27. I have never...
  4. DIY Forum
    Credit where credit is due, this project is partially inspired by Paul b and his invention. >You can view it here< So, thank you Paul. Update: I will leave the pictures for the first edition up, but there is a second version below that is much better. The old pictures will only be in the...
  5. Reef Fish
    I've housed a citron for a few weeks now in a nano. He has readily recognized my white turkey baster as a food source and nibbles at it before I expel the frozen brine shrimp he eats. I feed him once every day before I go to bed. He is in with an azure and a small occellaris clown (who is a...
  6. Livestock Breeding and Propagation
    Hi, My freshwater apisto sp. Tefe have bred and as usual I launched a fresh artemia culture to feed the babies that are now free swimming. Usually I prepare fresh sea water and put the artemia eggs in it to hatch, but since I have my new reef tank I figured I could use the water from the last...
  7. General Reef Discussion
    Im gonna try hatching brine shrimp eggs for fun and feed them to my fish. Just wondering can't find any good directions of sort. After they hatch in the salt water do i move them to fresh water to let them grow or do they stay in saltwater?
  8. DIY Forum
    hey guys, i heard today at my LFS that they have a large brine shrimp tank from which they feed their many species of reef fish i was wondering if i could do a smaller one and if so what i would need.
  9. General Reef Discussion
    How often do you guys feed your fish? It seems that I feed mine more than I should since I enjoy watching them eat, but that might cause more trouble than good. What you guys think? :thumbup:
  10. General Reef Discussion
    Hey guys I got a pair of clown fish in a 40 gallon. They are the only inhabitants besides a xenia and some blue leg hermit crabs. I also have some a pair of blue damsels in the 30 gallon sump. I got the pair of clowns about a week ago and at first one of them was not eating. The other eats...
  11. General Reef Discussion
    Okay. So I was testing out different foods today, for my clownfish of course. I tried flakes, no luck, he would pull it off the surface then rip it up and not be able to eat it. Then, I tried brine shrimp, HE LOVED THEM! Then I realized that one of my corals was eating them too, so I decided to...
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