Scurvy’s Mad Wrasse 110

Corals.com
OP
Scurvy

Scurvy

Pirate Reefer
View Badges
Joined
Jun 30, 2016
Messages
5,134
Reaction score
20,333
Location
MA
WOW ! ! ! NICEEEEeeeeeeee ! ! !


Wait....... where's the one of the Frogspawn ??? ;)
He’s upstairs showing off! I got some serious work to do all of a sudden planting me a garden :)

B2924127-3216-482C-B60A-890E28AC1BAC.jpeg
 
Best reef aquarium LED lighting
OP
Scurvy

Scurvy

Pirate Reefer
View Badges
Joined
Jun 30, 2016
Messages
5,134
Reaction score
20,333
Location
MA
I am seriously thrilled with this pack! Right place, righ time for once I guess. These are the types of frags we dream about getting. the stylo is 4" high and at least 2.5" across. Miyagi Tort 2.5" One of the Milli's is 3" around with several branches. And colorful!!

Now to keep them alive....;Nailbiting;Nailbiting
 

Raege

Rage, rage against the dying of the light
View Badges
Joined
May 9, 2018
Messages
2,381
Reaction score
16,549
Location
Western Ma
I am seriously thrilled with this pack! Right place, righ time for once I guess. These are the types of frags we dream about getting. the stylo is 4" high and at least 2.5" across. Miyagi Tort 2.5" One of the Milli's is 3" around with several branches. And colorful!!

Now to keep them alive....;Nailbiting;Nailbiting
F8C79E15-70B0-4D9F-AD76-8A24E0DDFC13.gif
 
World Wide Corals - Quality Aqua-cultured Coral

RichtheReefer21

Do It Yourself.
View Badges
Joined
Jun 11, 2018
Messages
5,746
Reaction score
28,689
I am seriously thrilled with this pack! Right place, righ time for once I guess. These are the types of frags we dream about getting. the stylo is 4" high and at least 2.5" across. Miyagi Tort 2.5" One of the Milli's is 3" around with several branches. And colorful!!

Now to keep them alive....;Nailbiting;Nailbiting
Flow, flow, and more flow. I'm sure they will thrive. U got this bro.
 
OP
Scurvy

Scurvy

Pirate Reefer
View Badges
Joined
Jun 30, 2016
Messages
5,134
Reaction score
20,333
Location
MA
Since we're getting serious again, last night saw me scrape the back glass, Adjust lighting back from LPS levels to SPS levels and crank up the flow rates quite a bit.. We also moved the giant crown leather up to the Scallywag tank with the other orphan corals untilw eknow what to do with them. Not risking leather chemicals stunting/killing the sticks.

Still got some cleanup to do and will probably give the sump/fuge a once over this weekend before we plant a new garden.
The added flow certainly PO'd the aiptasia! Havent seen any sign of the Nudi's getting after them just yet but Im expect to see signs any day now.

IMG_2060.jpg
 
Corals.com
OP
Scurvy

Scurvy

Pirate Reefer
View Badges
Joined
Jun 30, 2016
Messages
5,134
Reaction score
20,333
Location
MA
Thanks guys! The ICP test came back looking pretty good. A little low on some trace elements which Ive already corrected but nothing way out of whack.

My calcium and Mag showed to be significantly higher than my test kits were showing so I've backed off to dosing balanced Triton elements 1&2 every 3rd day to let it slide back slowly. Figure ill do that for 2 weeks then shift back to the normal recipe.

Otherwise Im testing Alk daily for the next couple of weeks and NO3/PO4 twice a week for the foreseeable future.

Its go time with Acros!

We also have an Anthias and Rhomboid coming out of QT Sunday :)
 
Top Shelf Aquatics

DSB or Deep Sand Beds (check all that apply to you)

  • Yes I run a DSB

    Votes: 132 21.7%
  • No I do not run a DSB

    Votes: 327 53.8%
  • A DSB is a good idea

    Votes: 80 13.2%
  • I do not think a DSB is a good idea

    Votes: 136 22.4%
  • I have had a DSB in the past

    Votes: 164 27.0%
  • I will have a DSB in the future

    Votes: 52 8.6%
  • I am just here for the comments

    Votes: 70 11.5%

Online statistics

Members online
1,869
Guests online
5,271
Total visitors
7,140
Premium Algae Scrubbers from Turbo's Aquatics!
Top