As my 14G Not a Cube is nearing 9th month since it has been up, I feel like I am needing to mess with the tank less and less, to the point where it is almost on autopilot. it is quite filled up with growing corals, and only needs daily feeding and weekly water change. this makes me feel an...
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We have auctions with buy now option and almost 100 new wysiwyg coral just updated on the...
Hello reefing peeps, i have been wanting to do a build thread since i started working on my 75, but that project is on hiatus for various reasons. i have however, got a 14G running to get my feet wet in reefing.
Before getting the 14G, i took a spare 10G and started learning the ways of the...
I LOVE toadstool leathers (sarcophytons) and have a 20 gallon softie-only DT that has about 7 different sarcophytons. The tank has 3 fish which I feed daily with a generous amount of some thawed San Francisco Bay Brand Emerald Entree. The corals seem to do well yet are not growing as fast as I...
Kinda new to the hobby...If i'm doing something completely wrong please tell me:D
So I'm looking for a good LED light for my 20 gallon long tank (12 x 12 x 30) with mostly low-light soft or LPS corals. The coral that would require the most light would be a toadstool leather coral...