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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a password protected forum. Enter Password
  2. Miracle Mud Now Available in a 900gm Tray. Perfect for someone looking to start off with a refugium / Nano tank / Converting Hang on filters to Mini Refugiums the potential for this is endless. Priced at $29.95 per tray. Available in both the Marine & Freshwater Version. Link - Age of Aquariums - EcoSystem Miracle Mud 900gm ( Marine ) Ben
  3. Ive heard some good things about MM but also alot of bad, saying it's a waste of money and it gives your water a yellow tinge. Any input would be appreciated
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  5. Mud flats trip for orange sponges This trip was several weeks ago and only two of us were energetic enough to go down the water at a very good low tide to check out the wonderful marine life there and get a few sponges for our tanks. The videos are of what we see and at least one of them has the actual orange sponges sought after in it. Nice day, nice conditions, as usual!
  6. hey found an interesting link as i was planning on purchasing some Miracle mud for my refugium. they did an analysis of the "Miracle" cut a long story short - its composition according to the analysis is 63% quartz anyway heres the link http://www.reefs.org/library/article/mm_analysis.html
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