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    Posted: October 26 2003 at 5:24pm

As many may have heard, I have been assigned the task of putting together the new editions of the SeaStar. While the most recent edition is already in the works, I want to hear what you want. What do you want to read in an article? Do you want to hear about specific things...then let me know. If you would like to contribue an article of your own just send it along!!! Or let me know if you would like to contribue some other way (graphics, success/failure stories, comics, fish jokes, anything about Adam)

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I think a feature on a specific fish would be cool also maybe on a specific coral. Something educational discribing feeding, care, lighting, ect..
You could also just do an artical about various club meembers just something fun. One thing that is interesting is how differant everyone in the club is however they still share the same facination for reefs.
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I am interested in greenwater, phytoplankton, brine shrimp and such. Any chance someones that been doing the cultures could write up a good article on this?
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