Well, it's been quite some time since I've posted. Been working out of town for way too long. Since my last posts, I've moved. Also, both the 20 gallon tanks are now linked to a 10 gallon sump and all running happy together. I got a 150 gallon from a buddy, and. A 55 gallon that'll be the sump for it. Anyways, I'll be posting pics in the very near future. See you then.
Ok, so we've had this dendro for about a year. We LOVE him! He is sticky, always hungry, and always open. I've been considering fragging him because friends would love a head or two, it'd be easier to feed, and the poor guy is in a small tank. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone had thoughts, comments, opinions, or tips towards fragging him. All input is very welcome!
Updated 06-30-2011 at 08:47 PM by melev
A bit of help needed. I have some flatworm issues in my tank. They seem to mainly be living on my frogspawn, but there are a few stragglers roaming around on the glass, and even the carpet anenomies. I know a blue velvet midi is suppossed to feed on them, and that's been considered. But, im not sure the midi would go cruising around on the frogspawn, open brain, or carpet anens after them. I've done the whole sucker trick and gotten some, but they retreat
Updated 06-29-2011 at 06:45 PM by melev
ok, so here it is.... Her tank. she gets mad and says "our tank", but she started it allwhile i was out of town working. Anyways, ill just get to the stats, then the eye candy.
- its a standard, glass, 20 gallon. 9remember... for building up the coral supply for later)
- 10 gallon sump (see "her sump" blog
- fish; 3 blue/ green chromis "the a#$holes"
1 domino damsil "lucky"
1 yellow tail
ok, so here is the start of what i promised. im gonna start with the sump. yes, most will probably laughg, but i just recently finished doing a 10 gallon sump on her 20 gallon tank. ha ha. well, the whole reason behind it is that our tanks are only to prepare for the future. eventually we are going to have something in the neighborhood of a 150 gallon. so... this is all a learning curve/ frag spree. we are growing corals for the big tank, learning what brands, fish, corals we like, and figuring