Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by Darin, Feb 26, 2016.
Very nice. I have some coral envy.
Looking great! I have a similar size tank, I know it's not easy!
Protector of my tank....
Star polyps are growing nicely on the back side of the tank
Emerald cleaning my snails
Going on day 4 with no power from Hurricane Irma. Guessing I'm going to lose the entire tank
That is horrible. Can you just mix some water (bottled if necessary) and do some smaller water changes. Remove a gallon and pour a gallon back in? Would that be too much of an undertaken, at this point?
Sorry for the loss, must be very frustrating to watch. Is there a projection of when the power might come back on?
Same boat here. I’m using a battery powered bubbler for the fish, opening all the window blinds to directly hit it with light for the coral.
I'm changing the water slowly I had about 15 gallons ready. No word on the power but neighborhood close by are starting to get power. Fingers crossed
Oh no. I hate to see this!
I am in the same boat. No power but my tank is doing ok so far.
Im in north ga and lost power for 24 hrs, luckily i found the last generator in the surrounding counties. it was just a tailgator but it could handle my 2 small tanks and the tv. I hope you get your power back up and going soon.
I have a custom LED setup on my biocube 32 also, used 3 Trulumen and 2 reefbrite actinic blues i installed. Your setup looks cleaner, i should have tried to install behind the plastic shield as well.
Finally got power back on. Almost 5 days without power and really surprised how well the tank looks. Did water change everything is normal.
Sweet ! Let's keep reefing on
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