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- February: DyMiCo filtration, Breeding Clownfish, Granular Ferric Oxide (GFO) effects on trace metal concentrations, and Tridacna maxima clams.
- March: LED Spectral Distributions: Radion, Orphek, Mvava, Ecoray and Ecoxotic; DyMiCo Filtration Part II, Eren Yelkenci’s Aquarium, and Phosphates and Math.
- April: Percula Clownfish; Aiptasia, Dinoflagellate Algae, and Cyanobacteria Symbiosis, and Hanna Calcium and Iron Checkers.
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