Joined: 06 Feb 2003 Location: Daventry, Northants, England
Posted: 2003.03.09(Sun)7:59 Post subject:
lm*o...your little bleeny looks great in there! Every time you post new pics of your tank, it looks better and better. you have some excellent samples of striking fish. your corals and anenome's look fantastic. it must be a pleasure to watch. _________________ "Donald duck never wore pants, but when he gets out of a bath, he covers his waist with a towel...."
I love it....but I think I'm at my fish limit. I do want to add a few more corals and a little more live rock. That's what I love about aquariums your never finished there's always a little something you can do. _________________ 150 Gallon (567.811768 liters) community tank, 50 Gallon African Tank, 7 reef tanks, 6 FOLR, 28 freshwater tanks
Joined: 06 Feb 2003 Location: Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Posted: 2003.03.30(Sun)18:12 Post subject: equitment?
sos could you please post what equitment is on it, how much life rock and live sand/substrate and the amount of lighting. also I love the clownfishe name brutus. the moment I read that I though of this add for a vacoom cleaner. I know I know kinda weird but the add had a dog named brutus in it. a big dog! and your clownfish is bigish. well love your tank! could you post a pic of the full tank.
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I'm picking up a HOB refugium to replace the triad next week. It'll have its own seperate lighting and will have bio-sediment and macro-algae in it.
2 powerheads- a Hagen and a Powersweep
approx 50 pounds of live rock mostly Tonga and Fiji
I'm not sure pound wise on the sand. Its sits about 2.5 inches deep when level.
I use Reef Crystals sea salt and dose with mostly Kent and Marc Weiss products. I would switch totally to Marc Weiss his stuff the best but I'm trying to use up my Kent products I have first.
I filter my own water RO/DI
Hmm anything else.
Yellowstripe Maroon Clownfish(Brutus)
Blue Devil Damsel(the granddaddy of the tank. he's gone through 3 tanks with me)
Orange spotted Goby
Bubble tip Aneome
Coral banded Shrimp
2 Emerald Crabs
Sally Lightfoot crab
blue reef lobster
too many hermits to count 30-ish
too many snails to count 25-ish
stotamela- I killed the spelling
1000's of zoanthids
Green star polyps
A few misc leathers
Wow, I'm surprised how great your tank is doing! It cleared up so fast! Wonderful coloration on your pictured species, and keep up the good work!! Every update you post only makes it look like it's been around for a few more months, or even a year! I'm no saltwater keeper ( At least now, but I want to be someday...) but I can tell a healthy tank from an unhealthy tank! _________________ Echk! I'm back!
Joined: 10 Feb 2003 Location: Steilacoom/Seattle, WA
Posted: 2003.03.31(Mon)23:23 Post subject:
Ready for a few disguised compliments? All right, then!
After following this thread, for what, little more than a month, I have concluded that you are <<cough-cough AHEM addicted AHEM>> ...quite worthy of praise!
Congrats on the, err, cleavage (?) of your Xenia! And Mon DIEU, the Colt Coral is pretty!
...And still, though I am monumentally jealous of your Frogspawn (it's just the coolest lookin' stuff, I have to say), I must admit I'm a bit miffed. -There are NO recent pictures of your Spotted Goby! That's all right... I'll live. <<Melodramatically handing back the spot light>>
As for the photograph of your Blenny... Could he get any cuter? I don't think so! Keep us posted! _________________ "Nothing is good, nor bad, but thinking makes it so." -William Shakespeare
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