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on 09-22-2012 at 12:59 PM
Time to bring my tank build up to date as I haven't updated since 8 months!!!
to start with the tank was started on Jan 3rd with a diner gathering of 3 best friends and reefers and we added some of the fish.
Since then my assistants were in charge of introducing all fish:
on 07-23-2012 at 10:31 PM
when I moved my corals from my old 150G tank to the frag setup (around 1.5year ago) had this purple plate with green tentacles die. I just tossed the skeleton in the back of the frag tank. months back saw these growths on it which initially I thought were some Mojanos... only to realize afterwards that Funghias ave been known to emerge on the skeletons of dead ones...
Clipped one off and it's doing fine so guess I'll give the others some time and start taking them off a few at a time to see
on 01-22-2012 at 01:55 PM
On Jan 3rd Filled up the tank with Pierres help (Big Thanks to Pierre) Had prepared around 270 G (1000L) of fresh mixed saltwater (mixed it for 2-3 weeks) The rest was collected from my frag tank and Pierres tank to help with Cycle.
Sump and water change tank had been running for more tan 2-3 months now with some of my fish in there.
Water came from the garage downstairs using an Iwaki pump. the flow was excellent and I thought it would cause a huge sandstorm but just by pointing the
on 12-28-2011 at 09:05 AM
Session 1 results:
So far Iím liking the Ceramics a lot. Far easier to scape to to get the wanted shape without having to stack rocks. Also the combination of them with Dry LR is not as weird as I thought it would be. Must admit that if I knew I would
on 12-28-2011 at 08:59 AM
Time for Sand and Rock Scape.
The most important part of a tank setup IMHO and one I hate the most usually.
Was Lucky to have Pierre and Youssef assisting with Scape, Made it a fun process.
Session 1 :
Started with some plans outside the tank.
Having the largest island made of ceramics made things very easy (on the left side that is!!!)