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freshfins

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  1. How did the trip go? Several years ago I camped at Cinnamon Bay on St John and the snorkelling was fantastic in several locations around the island. I am longing to go back, but I don't know if they have recovered from the hurricane yet. Please let me know what you found there!
  2. There are freshwater clubs in the area: https://www.pvas.com http://gwapa.org https://www.capitalcichlids.org
  3. I like the Eheim plant tongs because they're plastic and won't rust. They're better than the other plastic tongs. I have a Julian's Thing tool that I'll probably never use. Let me know if you're interested. https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/julian-s-thing-multi-use-tool-two-little-fishies.html?gclid=CjwKCAjw_b3cBRByEiwAdG8WquQ42-AOGD2uNh1FfVh9ZtNtiHNC8zjqKOnZItgDRvwv7aDP9pb8WBoCoEkQAvD_BwE
  4. I recommend using a drill guide like this: https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/glass-drill-bit-guide-thk.html
  5. They've been selling them for a long time. In the little fridge by the checkout counter. They are just labeled as pods and I had amphipods and copepods grow from that bag.
  6. I got a bag from House of Tropicals in Glen Burnie.
  7. They have digital editions, but I don't know if you can get just one.
  8. Under leds? Could be a different spectrum in a diff spot.
  9. In my experience if you resolve your excess nutrient issue the bubble algae disappears.
  10. I would attend if available. Are you looking at Maryland or Virginia?
  11. I think you mean microworms or walterworms. Whiteworms are much larger.
  12. http://aquaticlifefarm.com This is a local guy who frequents the freshwater club meetings. Highly recommended.
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