Discussion in 'Monster Tanks 400g+' started by SteveM10, Jul 8, 2013.
Very, very nice. I've followed this from the beginning; excellent job. I see you have a few angels in there that a lot of people say can't be kept with corals. Very beautiful; you are an inspiration.
You have my favorite tank on here. I love the diversity of fish and coral.
Thank you. Both of my dwarf angels are nippers. I am in the process of trying to remove the Cherub, he is the worst.
Thank you very much.
Very nice! just curious, I was wondering what you are using for alk and calcium supplements? thanks
I dose kalk with my top off water at night and I also run a calcium reactor.
WOW!!!!! awesome, awesome, awesome.
Just caught up on this thread. Wow, fantastic progress! It's really coming together. Bravo!
We have similar tastes: nikon guy with similar tank dimensions and fish list (though, you're much braver than I am with regard to the angels). Great photos and excellent job documenting you build. I'll continue to check-in.
Wow, just incredible tank, setup, growth! Gigantic work! Bravo!
Nice tank Steve.
You are not all that far from me.
Do you have any LFS up towards you that you get SPS from?
HOLY COW! What a build. This is unreal. Super nice. :bigsmile:
Impressive build you got there and excellent pictures.
A few questions:
Are you happy with the RO CA reactor? What controllers do you have on it?
Have you increased the light intensity to higher than 35%? do you think you would have gotten away with few less higher positioned lights at higher intensity?
Love the progression shots and that you're starting with frags which of course means 2-3 years to have that Full look.
There are a few LFS in the area but I have not gotten any SPS from them, only LPS. I have gotten several SPS pieces from the Tampa Frag Swap and Orlando Coralmania.
Yes I am happy with my reactors. The calcium reactor maintains my PH perfectly and I rarely have to dose any additional calcium. I regulate it with my Apex controller to kick the CO2 on and off.
I did increase my light intensity but changed the color spectrum. I do not think I could have used fewer lights, especially as the corals get bigger.
Incredible - I love the SPS and your interesting choice of inhabitants
Very impressive setup! I'm interested to know how your liking the genesis water change system? Also what have been your challenges in keeping your large tank? Thanks! Nick ~
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