The local Petco is having their $1/gal tank sale right now. And they have litterally stacks and stacks of 40 breeders. I don't have any tank plans right now, except to upgrade my 55 to a 75 eventually. But those 40's are a nice size and shape for a nano project. Hmmmm...
That's what I'm thinking of calling my aquarium. First my pistol shrimp disappears for over a year before turning up (after 2 tank moves). So I decided he needed a goby friend. I bought one at the local fish store 2 weeks ago, haven't seen him since. Till last night!
Now he just needs to find the shimp on the other side of the tank. I'll try to get a photo of him, but he's still pretty shy.
It's official, the US government says so.
As most of you know I'm getting the 55 gal set up I gave away a year ago back. And planning to upgrade it to a 75.
Step 1, Research
I've just finished rereading parts of "Aquarium Corals" by Eric H. Borneman, which prompted me to get a copy of "Natural Reef Aquariums" by John H. Tullock. I really like Tullocks ideas for a biotype aquarium that replicates one reef zone, from one part of the world.
Currently I only have 2 species of fish. 1 false
Looks like I'm going to be spending a week in Vegas at Light Fair next month. I'll have a couple evenings free while I'm there and wondered if there were any reef related sites to see or shops to check out while I'm there? Not really interested in gambling or shows.