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  1. NFMAS Members only
    I mentioned this at the last club meeting- MACNA XVI (2004) DVD Set for the club use includes: J. Charlie Vernon - "Coral taxonomy, biogeography & evolution: a tortuous pathway" Eric Borneman - Current Research Project Highlights Dana riddle - "Making Corals Colorful" Charles Delbeek -...
  2. General Reef Discussion
    I bought a sea apple about three months ago and at the store it was closed up. When I got it home I thought maybe it was just ticked off or something because the tenticles looked like crap. Well I just came to accept that maybe thats just how this one was supposed to look. It stayed that way for...
  3. General Reef Discussion
    Curious? Well, it all started when I posted a picture of my smaller Gold Bar Maroon and the anemone that he hosts with. A few people asked about it and the closest ID we could come up with was for a Hell Fire anemone. I have had some others say it could not be that because a clown cannot host...
  4. General Reef Discussion
    MACNA XX September 5-7, 2008 in Atlanta -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We are excited about this year's MACNA conference. We already have Pre-registered and paid as many as most of the total attendance of the first 15 or so MACNAs, so it should...
  5. General Reef Discussion
    How many inches of sand should I keep in my sump or should I have any in there at all?
  6. General Reef Discussion
    can someone break it down for me ?:banana: :dance:
  7. General Reef Discussion
    Ok, so the conference isn't until September, but they extended the cheap registrations (until yesterday). Although a dear friend of mine from college is getting married that same weekend in Boston, husband (who hasn't attended a wedding that he hadn't been in!) was adding plenty of pressure to...
  8. "Soft" corals
    anyone keeping these coral's lately.?.last time i tried one they were as hard as carnations are today. & is the rumor of them killing your tank with toxins when they die truth or myth?:wavey: :read:
  9. Massachusetts North Shore Marine and Reef Club
    If you are new to the hobby and need any questions answered please post your questions here. Or if you have an emergency, regardless of your experience level post the problem here so we can help solve the problem.
  10. General Reef Discussion
    I went to Macna this year and loved it! :) Who else went? Oh and here is some pictures in case you missed out!
  11. Seahorses & Pipefish
    I am going to list some SH's that I am looking into. I am reading about them and just want to know from your experiences or what you have been told... anything is good to know I am looking to have smaller ones..... probably max at 7 inches..
  12. Atlanta Reef Club
    Three month ago I bought a bunch of DVD's from Dennis Gallagher (Chairman of International Marine Aquarium Conference) and I need to sell them because I'm trying to buy some stuff for my new 72 gallons Reef tank (bought it from LT1ownzyou)... I paid 12 dollars each plus shipping and I will sell...
  13. Atlanta Reef Club
    I just wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and say hi. My name is Steven Pro and I will be giving a presentation titled 'Selecting Healthy & Appropriate Marine Fishes' Tuesday, Decmeber 28th at the Cobb County Central Library, 266 Roswell Street, Marietta, Georgia 30060 #770-528-2320...
  14. General Reef Discussion
    Without getting into the specifics of different grades of carbon ( I know it's hard to resist) can anyone point me in the direction of a thread or furnish me with the knowledge of what it ACTUALLY removes ?
  15. The THINK Tank
    This seemed more like an editorial then anything really scientific or factual, but in case anyone hasn't seen it:
  16. ARC BOD
    The ARC became a member of MASNA in April as we agreed to do at our April 4 BOD meeting. Today MASNA has updated their Member's Only Section of their web site with a Speaker Program that lists 7 speakers who have agreed to that have agreed to be listed. This list will be growing in the coming...
  17. General Reef Discussion
    Hey everyone, i'm wondering if anyone has any pics of Southdown sand? I'm looking for a 1/2" of very fine beautiful white sand (:D) to add later, after the bb is working well. Any ideas? Is it impossible to add Southdown to a filled tank? I've heard all of the horror stories about it not settling.
  18. The THINK Tank
    With all the talk lately with DSB not standing the tests of time. What are the chancves of evolving to back to the plenum NNR systems. I never really heard anything bad in regards to them other than DSB were easier to set up. At the time it was a no brainer. I have a plenum that was set up...
  19. The Think Tank Must Reads.
    Some funny misconceptions I've read about DSB's #1 That a lot of thought and "scientific" research went into developing DSB filtration. #2 That DSB's are mimicking nature. #3 That reefs rely on sand beds and grass beds for filtration. #4 That reefs rely primarily on bacterial filtration. #5...
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