Do It Yourself projects
I've been working on this project for around a month. The planning has been going on for more than a year. With that being said, i'm a newb when it comes to this.
For many years, I have kept freshwater tanks. After a recent move, I got rid of everything except the tank itself, and I decided to change over to a saltwater tank. I sure that I am ready for the challenge and am interested in learning the new techniques for this new part of the hobby.
Heres the area before. unfortunately
Updated 05-18-2013 at 01:25 AM by melev
With breeding marine fish really starting to take off in recent years, it's really about time you joined the fun. For most people, the obvious starting point is clownfish. It's easy to obtain good broodstock but spawning can take years of waiting, the babies need to start on live food, and the live food needs fed and raised just as much as the clownfish larvae.
Enter: Banggaii cardinalfish.
Easy to pair, easier to raise than clownfish, and with wild populations in possible
Updated 04-27-2013 at 06:32 PM by FlammySnake
Since I've been MIA...
April FTS. Ignore the patch in the center that didn't get cleaned. The urchin was there.
Did my annual sort through of my basement this past weekend. Got lots done, turfed some old stuff and found some long lost space. Tentative panels in place now for the skirting. The left side and the roof is left to do.
Can two royal grammas co-exist in the same tank?
I've been absent for a while because I've been too busy with college and work, but I'm back now, hopefully for good. I've got a few upgrades coming soon and also some cool "side-tank projects" I want to share with Reef Addicts. But what really prompted me to log on tonight was this: I've been going to school in the mornings and working mostly the graveyard shift, because of this I don't really have much time to interact with my tank other than maintenance. This evening was the first time