Now all the livestocks in! I am spreading all three clams into three corners. Built two mounts of rock work to hide the overflow columns. And the wave maker hides perfectly in the corner.
Month: November 2014
20141125 180 Reef Ready Tank Build part 4
The LED light arrived and installed. All the plumbing are also in place. The cloudy crust on the front glass is just salt crystal when the tank was laying on its side waiting for theFind More->
20141124 180 Gallon Reef Ready Tank Build Part 3
I spent day 1 of my vacation in the garage building the canopy frame. This was made of .5X2 and .5X1 wood. All I have to say is it’s not easy doing the whole thingFind More->
20141120 180 Gallon Reef Ready tank build
While waiting for the 180 gallon tank’s paint to dry, I took the opportunity to also paint the back panel of the stand and the back of the 75 gallon tank, which I will beFind More->
20141118 180 Gallon Reef Ready Tank Build part 1
I had the opportunity to obtain a briefly used 180 Gallon Reef Ready tank with built stand from a friend. I will be putting together a series of this build. First of all, if youFind More->
20141111 Driftwood for Fishtank
I attended the Aquatic Experience last weekend in Chicago to meet some of the leading aquarium industry venders as well as some local retailers. I will go through some of the highlights with each separateFind More->
20141107 LiveRock for Reef Tank
How much Live Rock is enough for (insert Gallon #) Tank?This is one of the most commonly asked questions among many new hobbyists.So why live rock? What kind of live rock? How much? Newly setFind More->
20141104 What Light for your Saltwater tank? Part 1.
One of the most commonly asked questions is the choice of lighting. What’s appropriate for your critters? What’s the best color temperature combination to bring out those colors? All lights seem so expensive, can IFind More->
20141103 Green Hair Algae- What do I do???
Green Hair Algae, or GHA as many forums refer to it, is a bonafide nuisance in any marine aquaria. The bad news is, it is always an uphill battle against it. Good news is, unlikeFind More->
20141102 Cyanobacteria (brown slime algae) problem
One of the most commonly discussed in forums for many beginner hobbyist is the brown/red slime algae, or cyanobacteria. Although they are referred to as algae, they are not really algae. Instead they are monocellularFind More->