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|Comment||Thank you for a quick response! I may consider Slatwater someday, but for now I am going to stick with freshwater. When I goto salt water I intend on a 300+ gallon and coral reef... but that is the future... Thanks again! Thaddeus|
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I possess over twenty-five years of hands-on experience and knowledge in the ecology of aquariums. Beyond the traditional, I have successfully tested and sustained environments that have been uncharted territories for hobbyists, for decades. I am the first to admit I don't know it all because there will always be something new, amazing, and exciting to learn about, as discoveries are made. It's a hobby one can never outgrow, or grow tired of.
MASNA - Marine Aquarium Society of North America. Director of Orange County Reef Aquatics - OCReef.com
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After High School, my experience and love of marine animals influenced me to take up studies in Marine Biology. Throughout college, I studied Microbiology with an emphasis on Marine Life, as well as numerous other sciences. I continued to advance in this hobby, by building a dozen or more saltwater ecosystems all utilizing Microbes as the major source of my filtration method.