So first off I made a poor decision. I went to a lfs that I'd never been to and bought a juvenile sweetlips, I asked the owner if it would be compatible with my 40 breeder, and he said absolutely. I hadn't done the proper research I usually do before purchasing a new fish, and...
Hey everyone, im new to the forum. I thought id share my custom frag tank build. I will be building my own frag tank.
I will be using 1/4 inch glass.
A bulkheadwill be drilled through the tank to connect it to the refugium underneath.
So I received a Kenyan Tree frag from a buddy of mine. It was standing up, healthy in his tank. I added it to my tank. Slow and steady. But it is now drooping over its rock that it is on:doh:. Is this normal? He is in direct light on the floor of my tank. I am new to these and any help would be...
I have two strange green algae growning in my tank, just wondering what they are and should I be concerened? Also some new frags I got, I can't remember the names of. I think one is a pulsating xenia, and the big one is a kenya tree I think, don't know the others,
Unfortunately I will be moving to a new place soon and will not be able to take my tank with me. I didn't see this coming... I would like to sell the set up as a whole at this time. I have the following for sale.
-75 gallon reef ready aga with stand and canopy
-Aqua C EV...
I have 7 bubble tip anemones in a 55 i hate them... i need to get rid of them.. i live in Gainesville but travel to jax beach often.... willing to trade for soft coral frags or anything.... really healthy strong foot... pics can be provided.
tiny rant... why can't I cut and paste???
How many fish can I have? I have a 110 gallon with wet/dry 75 until I get more LR. Then I plan to have a 20 gallon sump. I have only about 30 lbs lr. 50 lbs live coquina sand.
1 pj cardinal
2 false percula
1 purple dotty back
I just picked up this on Sat and set it up yesterday. It is 110 gallons I got it as you see here, (minus the rock, sand and fish which I moved over from my 55, along with my pc light you can't see in the pic) with a wet/dry 75 and overflow for just $200! (don't mind the cheesy plastic plants...
For those who haven't seen or heard yet. Steve had an unfortunate turn of events with his tank which has resulted in the death of most of his corals.
It's a shame to see one of the most impressive tanks in the world disappear literally overnight.
i have had this since i my freshwater days. having problems with my camera. so cant post pics very good condition. its cleaned, works, and has all parts. no box though. give me an offer. (will trade for frags)
I have a really good friend that I can turn too when I have troubles. He recently created a article that I thought that I would share ... its a great way to jump start a new reef tank ... please don't give me credit for this write up .. but again I though that I would share ... Some of it I did...