The area under the 60g needed to be better organized. With the stand reinforced with wood panels, it made it easy to secure the various devices in place. It's still a work in progress, but here's a quick update shot.
What you're seeing here is part of my Ecotech collection. Two Vortech Mp40w pumps are close by, one on the 400g and the other on the 60g. The large square object is the Vortech Battery Backup. This battery will keep both pumps
On January 5, 2013 I posted this picture of the Yellow Scroll coral. It wasn't doing well at all, but I saw plenty of DNA.
Here it is today, just shy of 11 months later.
Never give up on a coral until there's nothing left.
Here's a view from the end of the tank today. iPhones make me lazy...
We've all been there. Your tank is on auto-pilot, you aren't making any new purchases, you see the same troublesome areas that need to be tended to but have little desire to actually get those cared for. Your patience is less than before, and what you want continues to be postponed by one thing or another. It's annoying, to say the least.
For me, that was very frustrating. I set up my 400g in February 2011 and by this point I should have
Updated 11-25-2013 at 06:06 PM by melev
Here are a few pictures I took over the past couple of days, but check out this link first. Tim came over yesterday to help with the tank move and posted up his nice pictures on DFWMAS:
These are some iPhone pictures: First, here's my biggest acropora, with light blue tips.
A view from the end of the tank after rearranging the corals in the
After 18 months, the 215g tank is finally gone. The tank, the stand, the canopy, the doors, the sump beneath... all of it is now in Mississippi, eight hours away. I posted the tank up for sale as soon as it was empty of livestock, and it sold in an hour. The owner knew it was a great deal, and a lot of local hobbyists bemoaned that sale because they wanted it as well. I just wanted it out of the fishroom because I needed the space.
Two days ago, I posted up on DFWMAS' forum that