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  1. Very interesting. Thanks for posting! About how much shaving brush do they go through? Are you rotating them out like starfish for harlequin shrimp or just getting new ones? What happens if you reverse your experiment and try maintaining them with a good food source but low light levels? If photosynthesis isn't contributing to their energy levels then they may not have any dependency at all. I wonder if you could come up with an extracted version of the chloroplasts that they would consume and if it would be possible to dye it to see if they are swapping them out and at what rate.
  2. My jaw fish would hide every couple months. Sometimes for a week or two at a time. I dug them out a couple times but with one exception where one got trapped inside a piece of PVC they were always fine. Just let him be and feed him again when he comes out.
  3. Something is wrong with my account. I can't access any of the member forums. My account status says good till 2015. Could a mod please look into this for me?
  4. That would be great. Sending a pm Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. That looks like it would work, but I'd rather avoid piecing it together with 2' sections which means I will need to get the pipes cut and threaded. I've seen the threading machine at HD. Does anyone have experience trying to get them to cut and thread? Thanks Did you build yours out of short sections like Brad908? I'm in Clarendon. Do you work with conduit?
  6. I think it is going to need to be the heavy stuff for that amount of weight. I want to do something like this image only with a leg on each end.
  7. Does anyone have the benders/ threaders needed to make a light stand? It looks like I need 1/2 rigid (not EMT) conduit to support 6 evergrow fixtures.
  8. Looks like a cannon going off. . . since y'all like pirate-y names.
  9. The heater loses power in an outage, but it stays hot for a good while. Depending on the timing of things, it could still break if the water restarts and pours over the now hot glass. You could just set your overflow so it stays full in the event of an outage.
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