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    does anyone know some good foreign BB's or websites...i want to see what reefkeeping is like in other countries...like Germany, Italy, Japan, etc...

  • #2
    Im sure Ed does
    Nick
    Nick
    180G SPS Mainly
    10 Bulb T5 Starfire
    Calcium Reactor
    3 Tunze 6105's
    Profilux Controller
    ATB Return w/ wavysea
    ATB M External Skimmer


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    • #3
      Have you tried to post a thread in one of the foreign language forums here? We have some really experienced reefers from other countries browsing our forum. And, you will be able to get a translation if there are any language barriers...
      Fish eat poop....tastes just like chicken.

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      • #4
        Greetings All !


        Just a few sites I've stumbled across in the past ... I bet some of the other language based discussion forum moderators have some WAY better suggestions (perhaps some PMs might get you a quicker response) ...

        ... as will Edward



        From the English speaking cyberspace ...

        Marine Fish UK
        http://www.marinefishuk.co.uk/portal/forum/

        Canadian Content (Marine Aquaria)
        http://www.canadiancontent.net/dir/T...quaria/Marine/

        ausfishforum (Australia)
        http://www.ausfishforum.com/


        From the non-English speaking cyberspace ...

        Aquariofilia Marinha
        ReefForum (Portugal)
        http://www.reefforum.net/

        Aquarismo Inforeef
        InfoReef (brazil)
        http://www.inforeef.com.br/

        Seewasserforum
        http://www.meerwasserforum.de/

        Riffaquaristik.ch | Startseite
        http://www.riffaquaristik.ch/forum/index.php



        International freshwater and saltwater hobbyist article site ...

        Aquarticles
        http://www.aquarticles.com/index.html


        JMO ... HTH
        "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
        Hunter S. Thompson

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        • #5
          when i post in one of the foreign forums on this site, how do i translate it?

          maybe i should just learn all the languages on this site! LOL

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          • #6
            Greetings All !

            Have you tried to post a thread in one of the foreign language forums here? We have some really experienced reefers from other countries browsing our forum. And, you will be able to get a translation if there are any language barriers...
            Simplicity = SuperModerator


            .... ... ...
            "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
            Hunter S. Thompson

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            • #7
              Greetings All !


              when i post in one of the foreign forums on this site, how do i translate it?
              Online translators like worldlingo or babelfish are useful, but the process is tedious. Better perhaps is to copy the URL, paste it into the google search keyword interface, and hit the [translate this page] link when the site's URL appears in the results.

              Just a thought ...
              "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
              Hunter S. Thompson

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              • #8
                This is korea reefclub~~

                www.koreareefclub.com

                I am a top poster~!! :molepoke:

                If you want translation,let me know..

                I will do it for you~!

                www.spsholic.com

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                • #9
                  thanks vince,

                  what is reefkeeping like in korea? what are the recent trends? what skimmers and calcium reactors are popular? what type of circulation do you guys use?

                  -thanks

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                  • #10
                    Hey, why not check out the South African side of things over at www.sareefkeeping.com

                    It is pretty new, but I started it to grow and advance the hobby down here on the tip of Africa.

                    It will be awesome to have you share your knowledge. As for the current level, I wouldn't say it is inline with the rest of the world but we're chasing hard
                    _Cerven

                    / 20g ZEOnano9020 system / nanoreefblog.com /

                    The golden ratio is 1.61803399 - use it wisely.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jonah310
                      thanks vince,

                      what is reefkeeping like in korea? what are the recent trends? what skimmers and calcium reactors are popular? what type of circulation do you guys use?

                      -thanks
                      Hi Jonah~
                      Nothing special.
                      Most people have DSB,BB. not much zeovit, but a few people are
                      interested in it. We have some good DIYers, so Many peopel do DIYs pendant,
                      CA reactor, and Magnitic holder for tunze stream...

                      In my country the Market of Coral is not wide.

                      Because of it,Sometimes LFS owners are sold the equipment very expensive
                      (almost double in USA) so we often order the equipment in US.
                      Buying them in US is sometimes more cheap. :destroy:
                      Because of it, most of equipments are focused a few brand. for example schuran,tunze...
                      We do not have the site like reefmadness..
                      Fragging is not common in my country.so we can buy the wild corals
                      when the SPSs are imported in LFSs
                      (Most corals are imported bali,singapore,fiji,etc...)

                      I think our reefers like angels and butterfly fishes better than SPSs. and they
                      acclimated imported angels and butterflys themselves. they do not use
                      FOWLR,and use many thick sand granulate for biological filteration and UV
                      so they can keep many of angels and butterflys in one tank.

                      Many Korean reefer use tunze stream. and love them
                      it is a little expensive but so popular, we do not have tunze agent
                      so we order them from US..

                      We use Iwaki pump for return pump. and return pump is just for rising water
                      from sump,not water circulation.
                      we do not use a big return pump. Instead of it,
                      we use tunze stream for circulation.


                      www.spsholic.com

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                      • #12
                        You are invited to visit our Slovenien website with forum for the Marine Aquarists

                        http://sloreef.com/indexENG.htmwww.sloreef.com in Slovenien language


                        http://sloreef.com/indexENG.htm English language

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                        • #13
                          Gday, Aussie forum: http://www.masa.asn.au/rtaw/ubbthreads.php
                          Josh
                          System: 430ltr SPS ZEOvit system, Balling Method (Growtech), BubbleKing200, Profilux with LAN and Salinity
                          Lighting: Dimmbar 54w T5: D&D and KZ mixture.
                          Flow: Tunze 6060, Iwaki MX70 CL + penductors
                          BlauRiff

                          "I love the smell of Napalm in the morning"

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                          • #14
                            Singapore Reef Forum : http://www.sgreefclub.com
                            Farish

                            Setup: 250G System, ATI Powermodul 10x80w T5s, 4x6100 Tunze Streams & 7095 MultiController, Deltec PF1000 CR, Deltec AP902 Skimmer, IKS, Zeovit, Artica 1Hp Chiller

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