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BBouch

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About BBouch

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  • Birthday 10/12/1960

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    FT Myers

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  1. I will have frags of each of the following: 1.) Candycane coral Blue $8 minimum 2.) Candycane coral Blue $8 minimum 3.) Candycane coral neon green $8 minimum 4.) Candycane coral neon green $8 minimum 5.) Tyree Neon Green leather Toadstool no minimum 6,) Tyree Neon Green leather Toadstool no minimum 7.) Devils finger leather coral $8 minimum 8.) Devils finger leather coral $8 minimum 9.) Red Mushrooms $8 minimum 10.) Red Mushrooms $8 minimum 11.) Red Mushrooms $8 minimum 12.) Bubblegum Mushrooms $8 minimum 13.) Bubblegum Mushrooms $8 minimum 14.) Bubblegum Mushrooms $8 minimum 15.) Green hairy mushrooms no minimum 16.) Green hairy mushrooms no minimum 17.) Bam Bam zoa $15 minimum 18.) Bam Bam zoa $15 minimum 19,) Bam Bam zoa $15 minimum 20.) Ring of fire zoa no minimum 21.) Ring of fire zoa no minimum 22.) Valentines day massacre $25 minimum 23.) Valentines day massacre $25 minimum 24.) Valentines day massacre $25 minimum 25.) Green striped mushrooms no minimum 26.) Green striped mushrooms no minimum 27.) AOG Zoas $15 minimum 28.) AOG Zoas $15 minimum 29.) Purple Stylophora 1 1/2" $10 minimum 30.) Purple Stylophora 1 1/2" $10 minimum 31.) Mixed Frags no minimum 32.) Mixed Frags no minimum 33.) Photosynthetic Gorgonian small no minimum 34.) Photosynthetic Gorgonian medium $5 minimum 35.) Photosynthetic Gorgonian large $8 minimum
  2. Most people will see the three drop, you will notice it will change depending on your bio load. Most people dose 2 or 3 part and it usually means you are growing well. Where are your other tests reading?
  3. Welcome to the club!
  4. Welcome to the club, I'm just west of Lehigh
  5. Looks like cyanobacteria growth. Here are suggestions to help. Use a small siphon tube to remove as much as you can. Change about 20 percent of your volume. Use high quality carbon in a filter. Increase the water flow. Reduce your feeding amounts. Cut your lighting time. The bacteria is a sign of excessive nutrients in the water causing water quality to drop. The water change will dilute. Siphoning to remove as much as possible to reduce growth. Reduction in feeding will slow the nutrients added to the water. A skimmer will also help remove excessive protiens lowering nutrients. High quality carbon will increase the water quality. It may take several water changes but you should see results in a week.
  6. Very, very worried.... Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
  7. Cindy and Brian will be there, bringing broccoli salad 🎄
  8. http://www.swfmas.com/forum/index.php?/store/ This will let you choose your membership and pay. Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
  9. http://www.swfmas.com/index.php?/joinswfmas.html/ This should help. Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
  10. BBouch

    Beach Time

    Cindy likes watching the sun rise at Sanbel. Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
  11. BBouch

    Beach Time

    Cindy and I were out at dawn Sunday, walking the beach also. Just pulled these out from being cleaned. There were sea hares and sand anemones in the tide pools and quite a bit of algae in the tide. Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
  12. Somehow this what I think of when Charlie is cleaning his aquarium Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
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