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    Posted: June 16 2017 at 11:27am
With my new small tank I'm being really picky with stocking it. I'm looking for a green Fuji toadstool or some other of really cool toadstool. FOUND
I'm also looking for one of those bright red Kenya tree looking ones from the frag fest.
Also looking for some cool rare either frogspawn or some other bright rare LPS.
Just looking to stock my small tank with some super cool rare stuff.

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Also wanting a clam.
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Originally posted by Aquaristnewbie Aquaristnewbie wrote:

Also wanting a clam.


Me too! Let me know if you find any around town!

How big is your tank?

13 Gallons for me.
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14 gallon biocube with an so prime on top
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AI not so
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Did you see rustys reefs have a few greener ones?
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We went there last Sunday and he was all sold out.

Did he get more? How big were they?
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He got some more yesterday. About 2 inches.
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Still looking. Anyone have some cool stuff they want to sell in the salt lake area?
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We usually have clams. We also have highlighter frogspawn for sale.
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Updated. I have a few things I can trade as well. Some equipment. Coralife timer and a couple frag holders.
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If a Tridacna Clam is wanted, I would recommend making sure the tank is healthy and moderately mature. A more mature tank is better able to provide the conditions and the food that a Tridacna Clam needs. They need phytoplankton and lots of it, which can be a challenge in a tank less than 75 gals. The byproducts/gametes of algae and macroalgae growth also help feed clams. 

Until they became so expensive, we used to recommend adding a Tridacna to keep Cyano from growing. 

Phytoplankton supplemental feeding is a very good way to actually speed up the process of helping a tank become mature and healthy. Live phyto is fun to grow but can be a headache. The best place to get economically prepared phytoplankton is Brine Shrimp Direct, locally owned and based in Ogden. Smile  http://www.brineshrimpdirect.com/c6/Tahitian-Blend-Reef-Tank-Formula-c59.html

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