- Born in New York, raised in Calif & Switzerland, I embraced saltwater at an early age.
- Fort Worth, Texas
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on Yesterday at 11:48 PM
You can never get too many pictures, right? Shot tonight with a Nikon D90.
Drew's red Acropora - it's a very quiet grower in my system.
on Yesterday at 03:44 AM
The area under the 60g needed to be better organized. With the stand reinforced with wood panels, it made it easy to secure the various devices in place. It's still a work in progress, but here's a quick update shot.
What you're seeing here is part of my Ecotech collection. Two Vortech Mp40w pumps are close by, one on the 400g and the other on the 60g. The large square object is the Vortech Battery Backup. This battery will keep both pumps
on 12-01-2013 at 05:49 PM
On January 5, 2013 I posted this picture of the Yellow Scroll coral. It wasn't doing well at all, but I saw plenty of DNA.
Here it is today, just shy of 11 months later.
Never give up on a coral until there's nothing left.
Here's a view from the end of the tank today. iPhones make me lazy...
on 11-29-2013 at 10:58 AM
Every month, I have people ask me what I do for a living. When they discover my livelihood comes from Melev's Reef, they always seem to be very impressed. That being said, any order placed with my company helps me stay in business and is greatly appreciated.
For Black Friday, I put up a number of items on my site that are marked 10%-20% off. If you've been thinking about buying an RO/DI system, a Vortech Mp40wES pump, RO filters & membranes, Phosphate Rx, RedCyano Rx, Safety Stop,
on 11-27-2013 at 03:35 PM
I just got a shipment of Rod's Food delivered today. The Fedex guy woke me up, actually... and since I know he does such a nice job packing the food with dry ice, I put the box on the counter and went back to bed. An hour and a half later, I started brewing some coffee to start my day and fired up the Nikon.
Rod's special packaging is almost magical. When you open up the box, all you have is frozen food, with no trace of the dry ice.