Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by 3mm3, Jul 8, 2017.
That's a really good pic!
Thank you! Its pretty rare for me lol
I think the top post is a form of ASTERINA STARFISH maybe?
I can see that, but it was moving like a flatworm almost
Took a couple pictures tonight.
Amphipod hanging with baby snail
For the second and final picture of the night I snagged a picture of my tank nemesis. I'm hoping the nudibranchs clear them out quickly.
A nice little baby aiptasia
Nothing to update except I decided to begin a tank mod surprise coming soon lol.
Here is a fat shrimp to entertain until then
Dang, bruh! Photo game is on point!
Thank you! I try but the phone is a pain lol
Here is my diy T5 build in progress.
Got the frame work all cut out and pre drilled. Going to head outside and paint it to match my halide pendants. The T5 frame will mount down the sides of my halide pendants for a nice clean look.
Decided to finally try to capture a picture of this odd unknown creature in my system. Anyone have any ideas on this?
So I had decided I was going to build my lighting system similar to my setup prior to the Led phase I went through. That meant adding the T5s.
My actinic T5 bulbs will be pushed by the Workhorse 5. Great ballast years back and was happy to see they are still around.
Got the bracket painted. Just need to run wires and mount it onto halides
Love the color pic those bulbs
I completely agree, the color is amazing. More blue with the electronic ballasts and perfection with the M80 ballast specifically reeflex cube or Hamilton hqi ballasts
Okay R2R made some progress on getting a better picture. I found this guy once again roaming the tank. He has doubled in size so clearly eating something. I followed it around the tank. Pods ran from it but it made no effort to chase. Looks like some kind of worm for sure. Picture is from the bottom of the creature obviously but from the top the thing is bright white with bright orange/gold spots and it also has two stalks of some sort on its head and they are black in color.
So must have came on one of my purchases this year. One purchase was clams they went straight into the tank. I do not dip or qt clams. The other was coral from austrailia. was qt just not dipped.
neither pic is good but can definitely see where the spots run along its back.
Added berghia nudibranchs on the 30th. The 2 egg bundles they laid in shipping container finally hatched yesterday! So far they seem to be targeting the large aiptasia eating one about every 2 days. I really would like to see them wiped out soon.
Clam update picture.
Hungry acan. I swear its always feeding!
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