Propagation techniques and results
After setting up my initial breeding setup and then updating and moving it. After over a year, I have finally got my first clownfish spawn. Here is my first video of the pair with their eggs. NOTE: The eggs are on the left hand side of the pot.
Updated 04-05-2011 at 01:14 AM by melev
The last time that I updated Reef Addict on the breeding there were just shelves with no tanks/sump or fish. A little over three months later it is now operational with tanks, a complete sump, and all the fish moved from the prior system. Here is how it all took place.
29G Drilled and placed in the their positions.
Return line plumbing completed
Here is the latest update on my breeding system. You can find the initial post here. http://www.reefaddicts.com/entry.php...breeding-setup
The breeding set up now running with water and the broodstock is in place. Here are the latest pics of the broodstock and system.
Broodstock tanks and growout
My current system is a 180 gallon mixed reef. The current system has been up for since November 2008. This is my first reef tank and I have gained a tremendous amount of knowledge since I have set this system up. My local reef club has initiated a breeders challenge, which has prompted me to add a breeding system into my set up. The breeding system still doesn't have water. I should have the entire
Updated 01-03-2010 at 09:45 PM by melev