The frag tank holds roughly 10g of saltwater, and the corals in there are growing bigger fighting for space. I've considered building a new one to replace this one once the 400g gets here. I don't know the date unfortunately.
Yesterday as I was looking at the tank, I noticed that one end was floating - which it never does. The first thing I did was put some shims under the end to support the corners of the tank.
It's been an interesting week for the reef.
Testing alkalinity, I noticed that it was getting a little low, probably around 7 dKH rather than the normal 8 dKH. To raise it up slightly, I adjusted the pH controller from the 6.5 setting to 6.2 instead. The next day, I checked on the calcium reactor to find that nothing was coming out. Annoyed, I opened up the needle valve a quarter twist and flow resumed. The following day I checked on it again, and again no effluent.
The reef continues to rock along on auto-pilot... This acro grew from three twiggy branches a year ago to this. Those white tips are actually quite blue in person.
The fungia babies grow into colonial plates. This one on the right is two on the same skeletal disk, and both refuse to give up making it look like a pyramid.
I came home with two Gorgonians
Let's see your tanks, Reef Addicts. Here's my 215g today.
I love my anemones, so much so that I'm setting up their own tank soon. Here's a close up look at their beauty.