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Old 06-13-2015, 06:49 PM   #1
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Buying pods

Where is the best website to buy Copepods online? I've used reefs2go but was wondering if there were any better websites that you guys have used.


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Old 06-13-2015, 07:07 PM   #2
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algaebarn.com and they usually have specials. I got 2 of the 3000+ pods for $40 with free shipping last time I ordered
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Refugium for them to grow is cost-effective over time..
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Any good tips on keeping them in there? I've thought about that but just haven't jumped in yet.


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Just some Chaeto and a light.. I run my fuge LED 24/7. In about half a year (I just started tank) I should have a mature fuge populating my display so I can ultimately house a mandarin.
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I have an in tank refugium with chaeto and I've put pods in it but I only use my max spect razors for my dt but they aren't 24/7. Would this suffice?


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Ideally it'd be reverse hours at a min, but the in tank fuge will be more of a REFUGE for pods than diurnal pH control. Which is what you want
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Well as long as it's good for something haha. I put 2000 pods from reefs to go in it and I have a tone in my rocks at night.


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