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11-19-2009, 07:04 PM #1
unique fish room, multiple picos and planted tanks
I posted this in a different forum a few months ago but I see there is a sw area so I am posting up a vid of my fish room, it has very rare reef tanks that I've been discussing on the forums. nice to meet you all
Last edited by brandon429; 11-19-2009 at 07:09 PM.
11-19-2009, 08:39 PM #2
Very nice tanks, unique is kind of an understatement in this case.No matter how much I learn or know I'm still gonna be a NOOB, but that doesn't mean I'm an idiot!
11-19-2009, 11:39 PM #3
That is awesome. i just recently started my 0.01gallon pico marine tank.
Yes, one hundredth of a gallon. 21 milliliters. Hope it survives. All it has is 2 bristle worms and chaeto. Im thinking its too small."Speak softly and carry a big stick"
I have lots of tanks, 9 I think.
11-19-2009, 11:53 PM #4
That sure is tiny!lol
Impressive tanks though!
I know I would have no chance with anything that tiny!
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11-22-2009, 01:44 PM #5
wow have you got any pics of that small tank mate?
11-23-2009, 12:17 AM #6
Thay is cool90 G
2 Firemouths, 1 Common Pelco
about 100 Frys
9 Marble Angels
LOOKING for a 210
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12-01-2009, 03:55 PM #7
lol on the 21 ml tank Im thinking people might think im trying to do ridiculous things but i promise these are an experiment in bare bones approaches and the shapes and sizes of the tanks aren't just for novelty they actually control physical parameters of the tank...hopefully that justifies the palmtop approach lol
the vase has a lid that fits exactly on the inner diameter of the neck of the vase, and directs all the airstone splatter back down into the bowl without salt creep. This presents partial evaporation control in a very real and measurable way...how many gallon reefs you know run 3 days in between topoffs~ so it wasn't just the size, the shape matters more.
The little palmtop sps reef is sealed totally and does not evaporate, something not done in any size reef tank so that is also a unique physical character as well. the shape matters because it is a very very small square tank, which fits under very small reef lighting, which prevents temp issues which all larger sealed reefs would have to mitigate. Here's a few more pics. i already posted these in the nano forum but i know a lot of people don't check out other forums so here's a few for this thread to show sizing...the day I can find a ten gallon glass vase it's on! for the mean time im stuck with gallon sized models
lastly the main separation id like to state between these tanks and the novel/temporary ones would be the four years life span and coralline so thick you can't chip it off without breaking something he he
Last edited by brandon429; 12-01-2009 at 04:00 PM.
12-01-2009, 04:02 PM #8
here are some laser-clear sps tabletop pics of acropora growth for two years in the palmtop sealed tank. This is table top acropora growth at 3 inches in diameter, smallest table top you'll find anywhere fo sho! hope a remote host of these pics is okay, I didn't want to download them all on my work pc Id rather just copy and paste the links
12-02-2009, 12:29 AM #9
Man dude....I seriously love your tanks! You use the palm galaxy light(is it called that?) on the sps tank. How much does electricity cost for you? What all equipment so you use on it? water changes? Sorry for all the questions but I just tried corals and it has proven successfull."Speak softly and carry a big stick"
I have lots of tanks, 9 I think.
12-02-2009, 12:46 AM #10
*picks up jaw*
I have never -ever- appreciated the look of "reef tanks" until seeing this:
Is this for real? I mean...I'm not doubting but...incredible!"It is better to die on one's feet than to live on one's knees."- Albert Camus