@Pakman2 always liked Flame Hawkfish as they go around perching and rolling their eyes around to focus on you. Lots of character!!!Took a trip to the LFS to grab a few supplies. While I was browsing, I decided to pick up a few fish. I picked up a small pair of Blacker Ice clownfish and 1 Flame Hawkfish. They are in the QT tank for observation and to ensure they are eating well before the QT protocol starts.
@powers2001 I called CoralVue a few days back and they stated that they don’t have any adapters on the market. Doing a search, I did see a handful of members asking if someone has 3D printed an adapter. The only problem is that the adapter is just one piece of the puzzle. You are still forced to grind or cut the plastic plate on top that holds the sock filter slide assembly in place.@Pakman2 I saw somewhere where CoralVue advertised a adapter bracket that replaces the Red Sea black sliding sock holder. You remove the black tray and fit this thing over and it accepts the Klir. However I also heard CoralVue never made these. It was either a picture on the box of the Klir or on the klirfilter.com website. There is also a thread here on R2R about 10 or so pages on the Klir if you haven’t seen it already. I’ll try to find it for you.
@Pakman2 That’s definitely along the lines of NSA (negative space aquascaping) which is becoming trendy. Are you going to use sand and if so what variety? Personally this time around I’m starting bare bottom but might add sand at a later date.Now that the plumbing is completed, I decided to give the aquascape a try. In my previous tank, I purchased CaribSea rock and stacked it and basically built a wall from one end to the other. It looked very basic and plain. This time around, I decided to see if I can build something more appealing. The rock scape will eventually be hidden from the coral…..but I did spend this past weekend building one of the two rock structures.