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    Lee's Specimen Container has a wide variety of uses and we use them all the time. The integrated hanger lets the container hang on the rim of your tank (up to 1" thick), and can be placed to hang either outside or inside the aquarium. Lee's Specimen Container makes a great acclimation device,…

    $17.54 Regular Price: $19.49

    Lee's Specimen Container has a wide variety of uses and we use them all the time. The integrated hanger lets the container hang on the rim of your tank (up to 1" thick), and can be placed to hang either outside or inside the aquarium. Lee's Specimen Container makes a great acclimation device,…

    $14.84 Regular Price: $16.49

    …Oceans Wonders DIY Coral Prorogation Kit Includes: 6" Bone Cutter for cutting hard bony corals 6" Soft Coral tissue cutting scissors 6" forceps for specimen handling 1 oz Cyanoacrylate Reef Glue Gel - enough for several dozen frags Note:This product is made from stainless steel, and while it is rust…

    $29.69 Regular Price: $32.99

    Oceans Wonders Coral Scalpel is ideal for working with specimens and small coral frags.These forceps are heavy duty and made with 410-stainless steel. With serrated points and knurled shanks, these forceps provide an excellent grip. Made from surgical grade stainless steel 6” long Serrated…

    $4.49 Regular Price: $4.99

    …Prorogation Kit Includes: 1x 6" long Bone Cutter for cutting hard bony corals 1x 6" long Soft Coral tissue cutting scissors 1x 6" forceps for specimen handling 1x 6" Coral Scalpel 5x #10 Replacement Scalpel Blades 1x 1 oz Cyanoacrylate Reef Glue Gel 1x 2 oz tube of Purple Coralline Reef Safe Epoxy

    $40.49 Regular Price: $44.99

    …even death of the specimen. Conversely, if severely overdosed, ingested vitamins can have a negative impact on a specimen by way of toxicity, though the impact is unlikely to be permanent. Decreasing the vitamin dosage typically results in full recovery of the affected specimen. For these reasons,…

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    …use in the aquarium. Use in a separate container, remove 1 US gallon of water from the source aquarium to a container suitable for dipping. Add 510 mL (12 capfuls) of Reef Dip and mix. In very severe cases, a double dose may be used. Place coral specimen in dip for 1530 minutes, depending on…

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    …even death of the specimen. Conversely, if severely overdosed, ingested vitamins can have a negative impact on a specimen by way of toxicity, though the impact is unlikely to be permanent. Decreasing the vitamin dosage typically results in full recovery of the affected specimen. For these reasons,…

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