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  1. 3 points
  2. Nanoreef13

    Wyatts Tank!

    Hey is doing much better. He has been cleared from PT and no longer needs a walker. He does have OT and Speech 2 times a week now. We decided to home school him this year with everything going on and his immune system being down. All in all he is doing much better!
    3 points
  3. KMHREEFER

    Keeping a Mixed Reef

    A lot of trial and error but it can be done. I’ve got a ton of mixed corals in my 75 that have all grown together over the years, lps, sps, softies and even anemones.
    3 points
  4. Sevitz5

    My 180 upgrade

    Good parameters, good lights, and good nutrition I guess lol
    2 points
  5. This was a fun project, not built per order but will be selling it. Red oak construction with walnut accents. Chests make great Christmas gifts, and I’ve done a dozen different styles over the years, but it’s not something that can be a last minute order! If anyone is ever interested let me know.
    2 points
  6. Zaireguy

    Zoanthids for sale

    Man sure would like to hit you up when i get thos 240 going
    2 points
  7. wspangler01

    Wes' Nuno 150

    I've had this guy for over 6 years. Just noticed the purple coming in last night.
    2 points
  8. Sometimes@jeff70 sneaks into my apartment and throws softie frags in the tank, the urchin seems to be a fan
    2 points
  9. music

    Victoria Musics 180 rebuild

    He is doing great! Sensitivity has started to set in. Look at the scar now!
    1 point
  10. Flounder

    Dose nitrates?

    My local grocer RO water caused it, the more water changes I did, the worse it got. It was just so convenient, I thought it was worth it. Then I started getting RO from a LFS and everything cleared up. Just my experience and I am not an expert on the subject. Maybe worth a try for a month to see what happens.
    1 point
  11. Muttley000

    New Butterflies

    Very nice! Your successful butterfly collection is surely a reflection on your patience and skill
    1 point
  12. Flounder

    Nov 1, Columbus

    I will be going
    1 point
  13. People today don’t appreciate the skills and time required for such things. They seem to think you can purchase such things for cheap in department stores.
    1 point
  14. Well tank is up and running.. Picked up a pair of ORA misbar naked clowns and away we are cycling. I am using Fritz turbo start 900 with a bottle of ammonia from Dr Tims. Not 100% on the rock work but so far I'm digging it.
    1 point
  15. Perhaps you can design modular pieces So you can make a few attachments once they are inside the tank. I did that with a large arch I placed inside my 180. 2 pieces built to hook together once inside but able to place individually. Your headed towards the home stretch with the interior. Gonna be one nice area to hang out.
    1 point
  16. Looking great, anxious to see what you come up with on the scape!
    1 point
  17. Finally had some time to get some pics. I got the rockwool up all around the fish room and all in the ceiling on the bar side. I still need to cut my “braces” that I’m going to put up between the studs so that whenever I need to mount something I don’t need to hunt for a stud while in the canopy. Also got the supports up for where the TVs will be mounted. And picked up the insulation for the exterior walls today. Going to make a big effort to try and get that done tomorrow. Then all I will have left is the drywall and finishing the plumbing for the bar sink and the utility tub for the fish roo
    1 point
  18. rjchiles

    My Pandemic Acropora

    5-10 nitrates. .1 to .15 phosphates 8.12 alk 467 calk 1300 mag
    1 point
  19. Ummmm. Yeah. That is simply a gorgeous piece of work Matt. That’s like family heirloom material. Crazy good craftsmanship.
    1 point
  20. Flounder

    Aquascape Remodel

    I like it and was thinking of using a tub to cycle for a couple weeks before adding. Thanks
    1 point
  21. Muttley000

    My first 120

    It was a beaut!
    1 point
  22. crimsonvice

    Dome topped trunk

    Nice job Matt! Looks wonderful!
    1 point
  23. I moved 14G from the display over. Along with the 2 Blackfoot clowns. I have some coral I’m gonna move over once it’s ready for that.
    1 point
  24. Birdman

    Birdman’s New 75G

    Oh boy did I get some beautiful Zoas, some gatoraades, lazy lashes, and idk the other ones. But I just glued the plugs down. When it opens. Pics coming. They are real nice
    1 point
  25. AndrewSPS

    My first Waterbox!

    Tank looks great! Vibrant is a very helpful bacteria for algae control. What are you keep phosphates at?
    1 point
  26. Birdman

    My first Waterbox!

    Tank looks real good
    1 point
  27. We basically built "C" channels out of studs. A little overkill but my bro in law has been In Construction his whole life helped me out on this. We could have used 2x6 but we had a bunch of extra studs so we did it this way.
    1 point
  28. Birdman

    Birdman’s BioCube Reef

    A little cloudy. But here it is
    1 point
  29. Ive used the link plenty of times, i bookmarked it and always seems to work... Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
    1 point
  30. JMM

    Victoria Musics 180 rebuild

    That’s a nice gain in height. Long pants are gonna be short now. Hope his pain subsides quickly.
    1 point
  31. Joe

    Dome topped trunk

    Very nice work!
    1 point
  32. Birdman

    Dome topped trunk

    Woa. This is slick man. Looks very good. What’s the pricing look like
    1 point
  33. well we got another puppy a month or two ago and that has really slowed the process on finishing out the basement. (the dogs are not vibe(ing) just yet. however i did get to go down yesterday and get some insulation up and have the drywall guy come and quote me on hanging and finishing the drywall. I did pick up the reflectors for the halides so i could start to build out the support for them in the canopy. also picked up one ballast so i can check that all my wiring is correct and long enough. Im thinking that the drywall can be done relatively quickly. the guy said he can squeeze in my basem
    1 point
  34. I’m so glad to hear surgery went great. Me and my wife kept you in our prayers.
    1 point
  35. JMM

    Keeping a Mixed Reef

    I think my biggest mistake in trying acro’s was trying to grow them in a-tank that was not mature. Other then that they require more flow and very stable alk. IN my mixed reef I have to watch where I place my big brain corals as too much flow will cause them to recede in their skeleton. I also keep them in a fairly shaded area. My Acans, torches hammers and zoas all handle a little more flow but not as much as the acros get. I keep my acros up higher in more direct flow. I have seen quite a few very successful mixed reefs . Take your time and go slow. Very slow. jim
    1 point
  36. 1 point
  37. Muttley000

    Wyatts Tank!

    Pure awesomeness! How is he doing?
    1 point
  38. JMM

    Victoria Musics 180 rebuild

    Well here’s to him looking down on his Mom some day!!
    1 point
  39. Muttley000

    Something is Wrong

    This is me too. In my case I’m just old and cheap lol
    1 point
  40. JMM

    Victoria Musics 180 rebuild

    glad it went well. Did he gain height?
    1 point
  41. Waffen06

    Something is Wrong

    Im sure thats a good time, he had really nice stuff. I unfortunately am not one to spend a lot on fish or corals, I would cry if I spent over $100 on one and it died lol. Think the most I ever spent was on my torch, I think it was $75 and has 3 heads going so that wasnt bad.
    1 point
  42. jeffyhound

    Our Reef

    Thank you. Our first tank was the 75 that is on the back wall. It ran for a few months, but our house isnt insulated well, and it kept getting too hot. the uneven temps just weren't cutting it, so i got this brilliant idea that the basement temps were cooler, and if i did the sump down there it would help keep the tank cool. about 8 years ago i added the sump in the basement. with the bigger pump, the in sump skimmer and pumps for the reactors, it really didn't solve the heat problem. plus i was still shopping the big box stores, and getting sold at everyone of them. by that i mean they will s
    1 point
  43. Nanoreef13

    Wyatts Tank!

    Wyatts tank is still going strong. I can’t believe his anemone has not split. It is the size of a basketball and takes up most of the tank!!
    1 point
  44. I will pray for a good surgery and a speedy recovery! Keep us posted and if you need anything just let me know.
    1 point
  45. music

    Victoria Musics 180 rebuild

    The shorter one is the kiddo getting surgery. Sigh. This is hard stuff man.
    1 point
  46. 1 point
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