Dang Charles, I think you are as bad as I am, I am getting into vivariums because Lisa won't let me build another reef tank. (I figure the vivariums and poision dart frogs would work with present equipment. One of the tanks I am building is using that 29 gal we drilled at Don's. I am using the bulkhead fittings for a mister assembly on one, and a waterfall on the other.
William --- It was very nice meeting and I am glad you could make the meeting. I ment to tell you to put the frag as high up on the reef as possible --- you can't sunburn that one. Glad it's doing good. Definatly get and maintain your calcium levels. If that frag likes everything it's a fairly fast grower.
Ray --- Yea I swore myself off building anymore setups but for some reason I just couldn't help myself. And since I really didn't spend any extra money the wife liked the idea even more.
It was one of the first corals I bought and I got it from you. When I got it --- it was bright green w/ blue/purple tips. Within 2 weeks it had changed to this brown color. I got it around 10/01/02 and it was much smaller.
Even though it changed to a brown it did grow very well in my main system. Since it was one of the first corals that I actually kept it went into the Nano. I figured the color couldn't get any worse and it's actually a nice looking coral (I'm just not that picky on color)
Joel -- I got the Candy Cane frag from Imagine Ocean. It was a little 2 polyp frag that nobody wanted and had been sitting around her shop for a couple of months. I got it around Nov. of 2002. Since then it has split numerous times into 8 polyps and still going strong.