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voycey voycey
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  • Posted on: 3/7/2009 20:23
yo :) #1
Just popping my head in to say hi been away for a while :)

How are we all doing?


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  • Posted on: 30/10/2008 15:44
Re: u.k. marine setup #2
bear in mind that things taken from rock pools rarely survive captivity - especially crabs and anemones :)


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  • Posted on: 30/10/2008 15:41
Re: Anyone know what this is? #3
looks like a squirt - but if it moves its lkely a sea slug / nudibranch :)


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  • Posted on: 30/10/2008 15:38
Re: Birmingham / Midlands Members #4
Didnt think you two were still around :)


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  • Posted on: 29/10/2008 15:08
Re: Tank Maintenance companies #5
lol if i had a tank that big id want someone to look after it for me - i just about manage to keep up maintenance on my tank as it is.


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  • Posted on: 29/10/2008 15:07
Re: Website setup #6
if you want to email your requirements to dan@nuorderwebs.co.uk ill be happy to quote you :)

Webcam links arent a problem as long as there is an internet connection where your webcam is :)

the e-commerce side of it will depend on exactly what form of selling you are doing - if its only a few products then can use a different solution to help you out and most probably keep costs down :)

Dan


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  • Posted on: 29/10/2008 15:05
Re: Birmingham / Midlands Members #7
good stuff - so a few at least :)


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  • Posted on: 28/10/2008 18:23
Tank Maintenance companies #8
I was just thinking, after seeing this month Fishkeeping magazine and that gargantuan marine tank that was advertised on the email that announced it. Are there such things as tank maintenance companies?

The guy on this (http://www.theaquariumsolution.com/david-saxbys-aquarium-20) must spend his life maintaining that tank if he doesnt have any help.


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  • Posted on: 28/10/2008 18:13
Re: should i put my skimmer on a timer?? #9
-----Dont mean to jump in on this post, but my skimmer in my TL550 tank is on all the time, but i have to empty the collection cup at least twice a day as it just seems to fill up with what looks like weak tea and froth, I have the bubbles bubbling halfway up the inside of the collection cup but water still seems to overflow into the collection part of the collection cup.

There is a plastic tube on the side of the skimmer(i dont mean the airline) with a tap on the top does anyone know if this is supposed to be open or closed, any hints ori ideas guys? Thx.
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I would turn your venturi down / output flow up / input flow down - basically the froth from the skimmer shouldnt immediately be flowing into the collection cup - only when enough froth has built up from underneath it to push it in. Tank water should certainly not be going in there


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  • Posted on: 28/10/2008 18:11
Re: Air bubbles in tank #10
The skimmer is likely to put small air bubbles into your tank -esp if its a venturi skimmer as it causes the water to take on much more oxygen. My tank has a lot more airbubbles at certain times of the day aswell (e.g. after a days lighting the algae / other greenery will put out some)



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