Hi everyone. I made a thread the other day which looked at hopefully getting my tank to start growing some corals. One of the suggestions was to look at increasing the flow of my tank.
I have a 180 gallon, 6 foot mixed reef aquarium. Filled with acros, euphillia, heliofungia plating coral...
A bit over a month ago I got my first Acropora (booberry) frag and it was doing pretty well in my Nuvo 20 for the first three weeks. Though in the past several days, first noticed Oct 7th, this frag started showing spots of skeleton at the tips of the Corallites. The day before I do recall...
I am in the hobby for 5 years now and recently upgraded my tank to 150 gallons. It is mostly SPS dominated. It was a so hard to be in this hobby in India as you do not get access to better equipments and corals. Still have managed to put up a decent tank. Will post pics of my tank...
I put this Acro 2 weeks ago and so far it has already colored up and fully extended. Looks way better then the time I bought it at my LFS. Tank is 10 months old. Also what kind of Acro is this? Picture was taken during the night.
This thread will document what I hope will be an awesome grow out of SPS frags in my AIO tank. This initial post is just to get the thread started and force my hand in actually beginning some legit documentation, which I've been meaning to do for some time.
I suppose it makes sense to start...
I always liked the looks of these shallower tanks and figured I'd really like to build out an SPS lagoon with one of them, so here we are.
Tank arrived in pretty good shape, and overall I'm pretty happy with it.
A couple pictures after getting the tank and sump unboxed
Stand was quite...
Hello. This is my rainbowloom acro. I had it for six months now. It was fluffy and happy a month before. Recently, the polyp is not open anymore but it still fully extend. The polyp is not fluffy and soft anymore it looks kind stiff. I also noticed the skin is not that smooth anymore, it's kind...
I have a beautiful Garf Bonzai sps and it's been growing bounce like bubbles on it. They have been growing for 4 months and it Colony looks perfectly healthy and is growing fast. Has anyone seen this before?
I've been in the hobby for over 7 years now, so this isn't my first tank but I'm looking for some help on when I could put my acro's in my new setup.
The tank has been up for about a week, I used live sand and about 80% of my live rock from my old setup (150g it was up for alittle over a year)...
6 pack available for local pickup in Anaheim
1. No name blue tenuis
2. Wwc heartbreaker
3. Pc Rainbow
4. Tsa fruity pebbles
5. Jf foxflame
6. No name acro
200$ for the 6 pack.
Will trow in a freebie my choice also
It always starts small. 38l freshwater when I was a kid half a century back.
… and then it gets bigger.
10 years or so ago I impulse bought a 38 g AIO innovative marine with some life sand, life rock and a bucket of salt with a hygrometer. Then I bought the recommended fish by the LFS: a Yellow...
I haven my year old 40 breeder all sps reef tank an emerald crab (or so I thought). My corals have all been doing very well for the first 11 months. This past month I’ve noticed the slow death of 2 very nice corals, 1 being a bubble gum digi and the other being some no name acro. I came home...
LRO Voodoo Child is HOT and ready to rock! It's been cooking for a while and it's finally hot and ready to be served!!
I have 4 Frags available and after that, it goes back into grow out. The 4 frags will be $450 shipped.
Hey everyone, basically as the title states, I'm new into the world of sticks especially Acropora's. Feeling comfortable that I have my system stability and parameters under control and consistently in line with the what we collective seem to agree as good numbers. Basically, no major swings...
Nice to meet you, I run an SPS & LPS tank with Kyosuke.
I participated to gain a better understanding of coral and saltwater life...
Hi all, not new here, but first thread start. I just noticed yesterday something I've dealt with before and so here is what I saw leading up to finding acro eating flatworms, how I identified the issue, and how I have intially dealt with it.
The last few weeks I've noticed some of my acros...