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    …uses standard 3/16” tubing.   What’s In the Box: 1x Sumpro UP21 1x Sock Cover 1x Level-O-Matic Control Knob and Nut 1x Spillway Gate 1x Spillway Sponge 1x Chiller Hose Cover 1x Heater Cover plate 1x El-S300 Filter Sock 1x EL-L300 Filter Sock 4x Silicone Dosing Tube 4x Dosing Tube Hose Barbs and Nuts…

    $274.84

    …- 1/2" Max Flow Rate - 250 gph Dimensions - 14.25" H x 3.0" W x 4.0" L Distance required behind tank for HOB application - 4.0" min     What's Included? Phosban 150 body Phosban 150 Lid Ratchet Clip Sponges (2x) Dispersion Plate Ball Valve 2" Tube 9" Tube   Media, Tubing, and pump sold separately.

    $52.73

    …- 15.125" H x 4.5" W x 6.5" L Distance required behind tank for HOB application - 5" min     What's Included? Phosban 550 body Phosban 550 Lid Ratchet Clip Soft 90 Elbow (3x) Sponges (2x) Dispersion Plate (2x) Ball Valve Short Pipe Adapter 9" Tube   Media, Tubing, and pump sold separately.

    $85.14

    …produced Bacteria consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have…

    $339.99

    …produced Bacteria consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have…

    $249.99

    …produced Bacteria consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have…

    $252.99

    …produced Bacteria consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate-laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have…

    $362.99

    Reef Octopus Media Filter MF-1000 has two cone strainers on each end to prevent large course media from being passed through and allows for the dispersed contact around the media for more efficient chemical filtration.   Adaptable input and output – PVC or flexible hose. Equipped with inlet…

    $164.99

    …selected organic and inorganic nutrients, NP-Bacto-Balance acts to reduce nitrate and phosphate while improving coloration and growth of corals, sponges and other filter feeders.   Key Benefits Efficient reduction of nitrate and phosphate Increased skimmer efficiency Maintains optimal ratio of…

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    $14.49

    …  CS150 Specifications: Flow Rate: 1,600 GPH Outflow Size: 1.5" Bulkhead Width: 9 3/8" Dimensions (see photo): A: 9.5", B: 9.75", C: 1 7/8", D: 1.5", E: 6 1/8" , F: 5.75", G: 9.25", H: 6 7/8", I: 4", J: 3.5", K: 4 7/8"   Note: CS150 Overflow does not include slip screen, vent tube, or sponge.

    $229.99

    Why does BRS recommend this? With a great low cost and high-quality ingredients Hikari pellets are great for the most finicky feeders.  With their elastic and sponge-like texture, they resemble the foods your fish would instinctually eat. Enhance the colors and boost the growth of your smaller…

    $7.23

    Plankton Substitute for Bivalves, Sponges, and Soft Corals   Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Phyton coral food is engineered to be a balanced all-around substitute for phytoplankton in reef tanks. Composed of a special blend of high-grade algaes that are rich in high energy carbohydrates, your corals will…

    $10.92

    …aquarium via protein skimming and through the feeding activities of suspension-feeding invertebrates such as corals, clams, tube worms, tunicates, sponges, and their respective allies. In this fashion, good water quality is maintained, a food source is provided to many aquarium inhabitants, and a…

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    $8.54

    …the symbiotic zooxanthellae and zoochlorellae that reside within the tissues of hermatypic corals, clams, and their allies, as well as in some sponges. In effect, the availability of iron becomes a limiting factor in the rate of photosynthesis, and hence the rate of nutrient uptake and growth, for…

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    $5.21

    …are the proper size for feeding many species of soft corals (particularly those with short tentacles), as well as clams and other bivalves, sponges, tunicates (sea squirts), plumed worms (Christmas tree worms, feather dusters, etc.), bryozoans, larval invertebrates such as those of many crustaceans…

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    $8.54

    …They are the proper size for feeding many species of soft corals (particularly those with short tentacles), as well as clams and other bivalves, sponges, tunicates (sea squirts), plumed worms (Christmas tree worms, feather dusters, etc.), and larval invertebrates such as those of many bivalves.…

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    $8.54

    …is the proper size for feeding many species of soft corals (particularly those with short tentacles), as well as clams and other bivalves, sponges, tunicates (sea squirts), plumed worms (Christmas tree worms, feather dusters, etc.), bryozoans, larval invertebrates such as those of many crustaceans…

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    $8.54

    …They are the proper size for feeding many species of stony corals (particularly those with short tentacles), as well as clams and other bivalves, sponges, tunicates (sea squirts), plumed worms (Christmas tree worms, feather dusters, etc.), larval crustaceans and bivalves, juvenile fishes, and the…

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    $8.54