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    Keep an eye out for the articles forum. Within the next couple weeks I will begin to write some articles on various subjects that will be of interest to all. any suggestions post to this thread and let me know what you are needing and I will try and touch on that as well.
     
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    RAYRAY Tiny Tank Club A+ Member

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    Thank You !!

    Just Want To Say Thanks!!! I Read Mostly All Of The Help ArticleAND THEY DID Help Greatly !! But Being A Newbie, Some Of The Topics Are Still A Little Fuzzy !! But Everyone On The Site Are Very Helpfull Also.. And By Looking At Your Amazing Set Up, I Was Wondering If I Could Get Some Of Your Opinions As Well ... Please If You Can, Pm ME If Your Are Intrested , Thanks
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    RigoSharon LIVING REEFS INTERN

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    jonh..for me it will be helpfull if you can post info about when collecting from ocean, the best way to adapt them to aquarium, check them for illness, how to clean rock, how to avoid unwanted guest, etc..ive read somting about this..but i know your info will be very educational..thanks!!!
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    How about supplements ,the importance of testing water quality.
    I think we could all use a refresher course every now and then.I know I could.
     
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    matthew1048 Wurd to ya motha

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    I've noticed ALOT of posts lately regarding stand building and design lately...I bet many people who lack construction skills would benefit from a crash course on that.

    Also lighting questions have ALWAYS been a popular topic...wattage, intensity, best color spectrum for coral growth, explained in depth, in easy to understand language, would be beneficial to alot of folks too...including myself...especially the color spectrum part, LOL.
     
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    Thanks for the input.
     
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    I like to learn a little more about DSB,pros and cons.There so much conflicting data out there.One being if a DSB is disturb it can crash a system.On my new setup I like to go 4'' plus,but fear it make cause more problems than benefits.

    ps...if this is already in the helpful article section nevermind...I couldn't find anything?Maybe you could point me in the right direction.
     
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    Here is something but im still looking
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/1347-substrait-arrangement.html
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/1044-sand-stirrers.html
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/455-sandbeds.html
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/524-more-sand-beds.html

    I WILL INCLUDE SOME DEEP SAND BED INFORMATION IN THE ARTICLES I POST SOON. Hope the above helps a bit to understand what a sand bed is and what it can do good and bad. Thanks for the query.
     
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    Thanks Jhnrh,exact reading I was looking for.
     
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    Maybe Some Articles On Helping Newcommers With Common Problems Or What They Might Be Able To Expect From A New Tank. What To Look For In Fish And So Forth....?
     
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    Hope these help:
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/415-tips-11.html
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/519-beginning-saltwater-aquaria.html
    https://www.livingreefs.com/forums/saltwater-aquarium-articles/503-beginners-guide.html

    Let me know ray if this helps. I will add some more as the articles get going again.
     
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    i really like to know the difference between having a calcium reactor compared to kalkwasser reactor and so as the kalk drip and such. anything that is realated to calcium/kalkwasser reactors, pros and cons..


    thanks jhnrb
     
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