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on 08-07-2011 at 06:21 AM
I thought I would share a few old and new shots, of my 4-1/2 year old tank. Same tank, same maroon clownfish.
I hope you enjoy !
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on 01-02-2011 at 09:48 PM
Well after four years of mounting frags on live rock, I finally came up with a better solution. At least for me. Let me know what you think.
First off let me say this is better for me, I never said cheaper. LOL
Mounting corals frags to the live rock never was a pleasant experience. The epoxy putty would either get to hard too quick, or fail to stick to the live rock.
Then I had a idea to use magnets to hold down my corals. That way I could move them to different
on 10-21-2010 at 04:20 PM
OK as of next month my reef will be four years old. So a few corals have grown somewhat large for my little 65 gallon. So I decided it was time to re-reefscape my tank. On the old reefscape I had a large monti-cap in the front center of the tank. Durning the re-reefscape I was lifting it out of the tank and .... oh yea murphy's law struck. The live rock broke and the monti-cap dropped straight to the floor. Shattered into a thousand frags ! This coral was causing an eye sore on the front glass.
on 06-06-2010 at 03:20 AM
Every Saturday I do my weekly maintenance on my tank. I thought I would share some photos. Tank is a 65 gallon. I change out 10 gallons per week, never missing a water change in 3 1/2 years.
Current salt of choice is Tropic Marin Bio-Actif.
Shots of my tank today while doing my weekly water change. From the top down.
From right to left. Low tide.
on 03-25-2010 at 01:14 PM
I have been in the saltwater reefing hobby now for 3+ years, and if I would have gave up at the first sign of trouble I would not be here today. Every day I see so many new and old reefers leaving this hobby. Problems develop in our tanks and they frustrating and very depressing. Not to mention the very bad economy that we find ourselves in these days. IMO, in the end this is a wonderful hobby. I'm still learning so much every day from everyone in this hobby. I hope in turn to return the favor.