Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by SPR1968, Jun 6, 2017.
I just picked some up from my lfs, your post reminded me!
I’ve just found this site that looks quiet good for anyone in the UK/Europe
I’ve just ordered some Botryocladia algae as the others red ones were out of stock.
I’ll grow some in my new toy, sorry the Genesis Refugium and when it’s big enough add it to the display as it’s not invasive. Oh and the fish could well eat it so I need some extra before I add it.
There are all sorts of pretty non invasive types, it’s a whole new world........
Wow great picture!
The new refugium has been in place for a few weeks now and the Caulerpa Prolifera is growing quiet well.
Here’s a few pictures
This is the refugium box and miracle mud
And here are some pictures of the Caulerpa Prolifera, the small polyps open and close alternatively and it’s quiet fascinating to watch...
Forgive the pictures but it’s through the sump glass..
And here are the roots
And this is a Red Birds Nest algae that they offered as the one I ordered was regrowing. The intention with this is to grow it a little bigger and then break some off and put it into the main display, it’s non invasive, but I’m growing some extra in case the fish eat it!
This is coming along awesomely!! Following!
Refugium is looking good!
I’m currently in my Spanish home for a week hitting my little white ball far and wide, but here’s a little photo of the deep...
This is a close up mushroom coral
The living reef......
Amazing Shot !!
Very nice Shaun.
I love the diversity of fish and coral
Thank you Fadi!
Thanks Jan, and I’ve got 10 coral frags arriving in a few weeks, mainly things that move (don’t ask me the names! Lol).
Love that view, great pic.
Thanks Simon, ive just seen that picture for the first time on my Microsoft Surface Pro and it looks even better! the Ipad now looks rubbish! lol
Wow ! ! What a great shot ! !
Thank you Fudsey, that’s greatly appreciated!
I’m currently avoiding the miserable English weather in my home in spain, and this is a picture of the 9th hole of my golf course in spain. A par 3 or as I prefer to play it a par 5 !
And let me tell you, it’s very very pleasant!
Your pics are amazing!
Thank you Thom and thanks for stopping by
And welcome to R2R as well
Wow tank and refugium looks great. Always impressed by the photos
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