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    Senior Member Swimfins's Avatar
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    Talking finally pods!

    I know I've been beaching about not having any pods, but just to let you know I've seen some tonight. Very small hard to see tiny bugs and some that look like wood lice. I presume these are the famous copepods....yipppeee!
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    Congrats

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    Woot Contratz!
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    now that it is started, you will see hundreds and hundreds, they cant stop multiplying...... congrats

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    That's great to hear! Congrats.

    I lost all the copepods in my refuge when I had to take it down due to flatworms.
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    Patrick.
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    You haven't see anything yet. You'll see they'll get bigger and they'll multiply quickly.

    Good to hear that things are comming along

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    Such lttle things please me lol. Thanks!

    So sorry to hear Pwall, I'm needing a fuge now to keep them. I might go your eclipse route if I can get a handle on plumbing it.
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    Both my refuge and QT tank have elcipse lids. I got the lids at a good price so I couldn't refuse.
    However, both tanks are plumbed into the sump (althought the refuge overflows into the main tank).
    The eclipse lids are extra. They provide light and extra flow. Comes in handy if you need to isolate your refuge or QT tank.
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    Patrick.
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    I like this idea. yep, more thinking to do....ouch, that hurts hehehe
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    I can draw it out for you if you want....the way I have the sump work with the QT and refuge.
    Let me know....wouldn't take long.
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    Patrick.
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