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  2. How to Grow Chaeto Algae and Other Macroalgae Like a PRO | Lighting, Parameters, & Flow VIDEO: Optimal lighting, parameters, & flow for lush macroalgae growth!
  3. VIDEO | Prime Fuge Review Optimized to grow macroalgae—and grow it fast!
  4. How to Set Up a Refugium VIDEO: Harvesting Macroalgae To Control Nitrate and Phosphate
  5. IT'S HERE! The All-New AI Prime Fuge Light Illuminate your Fuge!
  6. The Triton Method Explained How It Works and Interpreting Lab Test Results
  7. The latest innovations from Innovative Marine are HERE Innovative Marine is not afraid to take risks with aquarium design. They offer shallow reefs, lagoons, drop-offs, and peninsulas in a variety of sizes. Each aquarium has high clarity glass, black silicone lines and a templated overflow system that can house a variety of cool accessories and upgrades called AUQA Gadgets.
  8. MD Interviews Bryan of Santa Monica Filtration For the past decade, Bryan from Santa Monica Filtration has been perfecting his algae turf scrubbers so hobbyists can achieve natural macroalgal filtration like you’ll find in the world’s oceans, rivers, and lakes. https://blog.marinedepot.com/2017/10/algae-scrubber-qa-with-bryan-of-santa-monica-filtration.html
  9. NEW @ MD: Algae Scrubbers from Santa Monica Filtration Grow and harvest algae to remove nutrients or cultivate for feeding! Need help choosing an algae scrubber? Just ask! We've got one to fit just about every tank.
  10. Hello, I have a 20 gallon nano reef and was wondering if this light would work well to grow macro algae (chaeto) in my hob fuge. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M7Y726V/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Has anyone used this light or a light similar to this to grow macro algae? What were the results. Thank you,
  11. VIDEO: Marine Depot Elite Sumps Be sure to watch this episode all the way until the end!
  12. Hello all, I'm looking for a WAMAS member who has drilling equipment and is willing to teach me how to drill. I have a Mr Chic Aqua 5mm rimless I'm making a refugium with. I would like to drill on the side for overflow and return 1" bulkheads. I have the bulkheads. I would also like to learn by drilling some scrap glass I can bring, or if you're confident in me, just drilling my tank. I know the cheaper drill bits from BRS are disposable after a while, so I'm looking for someone who wouldn't mind let me use one or has a permanent bit. Thank you!
  13. NEW @ MD: Tunze, Kessil, & LET Lighting + HOT Deals Ending Soon! Frag Racks & Planters, Skimmers & Filters, Retrofit & 'Fuge Lights!
  14. The Complete Guide to Hang-On Equipment for Your Reef Tank High-Performance and Space-Saving Equipment Options!
  15. VIDEO: Introducing Copepods to your Reef Copepods: What they are, which types we offer, and why they're beneficial!
  16. VIDEO: Building an Inexpensive Macroalgae Reactor Grow macroalgae and harvest it to reduce nitrate and phosphate!
  17. I have a bunch of items that have been cluttering up our shop and need to go. Great deal to move them out fast. Please see our page for more details on each item. we will post more details tonight. Text/Call (Best) 703-887-5951 or sales@purereefsystems.com for more info. I will be making a delivery to Silver Spring, MD this Wed or Thur. If you are close to my route I can deliver or we can meet alone the way. Thanks 48"Lx24"Dx16"T x 3/8" Cast acrylic tank with black corner overflow - $200 48"Lx24"Dx16"T x 3/8" Cast acrylic tank with bottom drilled for a 3/4" and 1" bulkhead - $175 32"Lx15"Dx15"T x 1/4" Solid PVC sump w/ 1/4" cast acrylic windows - $200 3 - filter socks, 5"-10" adjustable water level, Poly-Carbonate covers, dosing ports, cord management, triple bubble stop...... 42"Lx15"Dx15"T x 1/4" Solid PVC Refugium sump w/ 1/4" cast acrylic windows - $275 3 - filter socks, Refugium, 5"-10" adjustable water level, Poly-Carbonate covers, dosing ports, cord management, triple bubble stop...... 47"Lx23"Dx15"T x 3/8" Solid PVC sump w/ 3/8" cast acrylic windows - $500 2 - 7" filter socks, 5"-10" adjustable water level, Poly-Carbonate covers, dosing ports, cord management, triple bubble stop...... Text 703-887-5951 for even better combo deals if you buy a tank and sump.
  18. LCDRDATA

    Tank Equipment

    From the album: 30 Gallon Cube

    Back of tank from top, showing DIY screen top, eggcrate spacer, HOT canister filter and HOB refugium

    © James N. Dart

  19. 25% off EDGE LEDs, $43 off BioCubes, $40 off Chillers & MORE PLUS water changers, frozen foods, water tests and UV sterilizers
  20. How to Set Up a Refugium Inside Your Sump Hassle-free tips to set up a refugium inside your sump! All About That Sump - No Clutter Trigger Systems Sumps: Powerhouse Filter Boxes for Your Reef Tank
  21. Give your tank a biological BOOST Add a refugium to improve biological filtration + grow pods for feeding! All About That Sump - No Clutter Add a Sump to Your Reef Tank Using an Overflow Box Q&A Series #4: What are the Benefits of a Refugium?
  22. I'm hoping for help on two semi-related issues. First, the plumbing. I have two tanks with CPR overflows (a 55 FOWLR with a CS50 and my 75 DT with a CS100/102). I want to re-do the plumbing and connect to the threaded exterior of the bulkhead on each of these boxes; however, I can't seem to find anywhere that gives the size the bulkhead in terms of what I need. In other words, I'm looking for what size female coupler / adapter I need to connect the threaded bulkhead with the piping going downstream. It could be threaded / slip or threaded / threaded. I also know the CS50 inner diameter is 1/4" less than the on the other CPR boxes, but I'm not certain if that's true for the exterior threads. I don't want to disassemble the plumbing until I'm ready to proceed to completion, and can't figure out another way to determine the sizes I'm looking for. Does anyone out there know? I wish I could just drill the tanks, but they're tempered so that's not an option. Second, the fuge. Recently I've noticed my chaeto isn't growing like it used to, although the GHA in the tank itself I need to knock back periodically tells me the nutrients are there. It seem that some of it develops bubbles (probably oxygen, which ought to be a good thing), floats to the surface, and then shades the rest of the growing area. What lighting cycles are folks using (x hours/day, concurrent or counter-cycle to main lighting)? Also, does anyone run additional circulation / flow in their 'fuge beyond the regular through flow? I've seen the "swirling ball of chaeto" videos, and while it's certainly attractive at one level I suspect the 'pods would be less thrilled. So, I'm wide open to the collective wisdom of WAMAS. Thanks in advance!
  23. From the album: Equipment

    Clear side view of CPR large hang-on-back (HOB) refugium
  24. From the album: Equipment

    Black (tank) side of CPR Large hang-on-back (HOB) Refugium
  25. So I went digging around in my refugium today to see what kind of critters I had and to inventory chaeto and noticed that my sand bed has compacted to the point of concrete. I lightly chipped at it with a screw driver and it is really hard. What do I do? Help Please!!!
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