I recently was able to order a Fluval Spec 2 gallon tank on the cheap and really would like to try and start keeping coral. I know nothing about corals or lighting for corals or feeding corals. I heard mushroom corals are pretty hardy and good for beginners like me. My question is...
Po im about to start a neat little reef build. I lucked out and found a 5 gallon fluval spec for 20 bucks. I work at a petco and it greatly reduced because it was missing its light bar which wasnt a big deal considering id be replacing it. I did nit find forums until after I finished my first...
i have a fluval edge 12 gallon reef tank going. at the moment i have stopped using the included HOB filter and just using live rock, and 2 powerheads for filtration. any way to make a fuge out of a 2 gallon spec? or am I overthinking this?
I don't know where to post this because I'm not sure what this is, but I think it might be from one of my corals. I have been seeing these fluorescent green specs in my tank, only about 4 or 5. Anyone know what these are from?
All-glass 55g (not RR)
3inch sand bed 2-3mm grain with some shells and bits
60-70lbs LR - tons of Coraline
Rio+ 2200 (directly in tank - had bought for a sump DIY but failed)
Aqualife HOB PS (unsure of size but it's large)
Fluval 405 canister filter w/ surface skimmer attachment...
When I was looking in my tank today I saw 3 lime green things sticking out! I'm not sure if it's dangerous to my tank or just some type of algae. They're maybe a centimeter long and stick straight up off my rock. Does anyone know what this is?