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  1. Marine Depot
    Pod Hotel: How to Build a Healthy Pod Population Discover the benefits of having pods in your reef tank!
  2. Marine Depot
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  3. General Reef Discussion
    So... My tank has been up and running for about 11 months now. I used dry rock to set the tank up and have not added any other rock than dry rock that was cured / cooked for 2 months with a skimmer on it. Needless to say there are no pods of any kind in the tank. I think this is a contributing...
  4. General Reef Discussion
    So I was wanting to add some copepods and amphipods to my tank. I have done a little bit of research and looked at a few different places online that have them. Does anyone have any recommendations on places?I neglected my tank for quite a while and then moved into to a new house I moved into. I...
  5. General classifieds
    Tigriopus Californicus (Tigger Copepods), S & L Rotifers, Several Strains of Phytoplankton and peppermint shrimp for sale or for trade. Looking for basic aquarium/reefkeeping equipment and supplies. Im just starting to add more clowns and other marine fish on top of the shrimp. Needing to add...
  6. General Reef Discussion
    Hello. I'm relatively new to the saltwater hobby. I have had my 40g long up and running for about 7 months know. I have a Wrasse in my tank but it doesn't seem to eat my pod population. My glass is COVERED in copepods (I sometimes have to clean them off the glass). I don't seem to have any...
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  8. General Reef Discussion
    Thought I'd share a little goof on my part. Was looking real close to see if I had any pod production in the new sump. I have an algae scrubber over a fuge with live rock that I was hoping would be a great breeding ground, but I didn't really see any. Then my eye caught one little critter...
  9. General Reef Discussion
    Do Two Spot Bimaculatus eat copepods?
  10. General Reef Discussion
    Can someone explain to me copepods? I know that their tiny bugs that live in you aquarium, and I would like to get a mandarin.
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  12. Marine Depot
    VIDEO: Introducing Copepods to your Reef Copepods: What they are, which types we offer, and why they're beneficial!
  13. Premium Aquatics
    Have a finicky eater? Need some live copepods...look no further!!! Premium Aquatics has sourced a local copepod option that is now available for LOCAL pickup and sales. These pods contain approximately 1200 pods in a mixture with Tigriopus, Tisbe, and Apocyclops species. However, we only have...
  14. General Reef Discussion
    I currently have a 70G aquarium and I plan to add a 20G sump/refugium to it soon. I really want to add a Mandarin to it. I know that they need a huge supply of copepods and I wouldn't get on until at least a year after I set up my refugium, so I would have an good supply of them to feed the...
  15. General Reef Discussion
    I have a refugium 12 gallon nano cube dx that has a large population of pods, and i have a 34 gallon red sea that is my main tank that is very established. I would like to move my contents of my 12 gallon to my red sea to the back and keep the refugium and pods intact. about my redsea: 34...
  16. Pests, Hitchhikers, and Diseases
    Hey there, Just recently I discovered what I first thought to be snail babies, in my display tank. After studying them for quite some time, I noticed what looked like legs on the little guys. They are smaller than copepods, triangular in shape (similar to a snail), moves faster than a snail...
  17. General Reef Discussion
    Ok, so when I originally started my fish tank I had tons of amphipods and copepods. However, in the past couple of months I have not seen one of these on my rock at all. I have read where some people have added new LR to replenish the supply some. I do not want to add any LR due to I had tons of...
  18. General Reef Discussion
    Help guys, I am new to the saltwater hobby and I am having trouble determining what has caused my water to turn so cloudy. I have a 75g with 90lbs of ocean rock (which were out in the sun for a very long time) and 6lbs of live rock. The substrate is live sand. The tank has been running...
  19. Skimmers & other filtration
    Hi all - we are looking into changing out the bioballs in our 29g biocube and replacing it with the InTank Media Basket (containing filterfloss, Purigen, and ChemiPure). We are also considering adding a Tunze 9002 skimmer to the back compartment alongside the InTank Media Basket. I currently...
  20. General Reef Discussion
    So i must say i learn something new almost every day and this hobby is great! Today i found these little guys on my glass which seem to be either amphipods and copepods. Do i need to do anything to keep these guys in check or get a new fish to have them eaten? Are they beneficial to my tank?
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