Thread: the oldest pico>video
11-22-2009, 04:32 PM #1
the oldest pico>video
here's a vid of the first pico reefs that were a gallon and below with aged coralline proof. some may have seen it but some haven't and this vid I made recently was a compilation of old footage nice to meet you all your forum has great examples of successful tanks
11-22-2009, 04:49 PM #2
Thats was a great video!
You have some awesoms tanks.It must be difficult to work in that small of a space.
That planted tank at the end is beautiful!Ray Your Freindly Neighborhood,Fully Mod-ified, Self-appointed Pic Hound!! Need pics!!!
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11-24-2009, 10:21 PM #3
Your reefs are amazing, Iam always truely at awe with some of these Picos...how they can be kept stable over the years. Most people fight day and night with their nanos. Proof to if you keep up on your water quality and have a good plan from the start anything is possible. Kudos to great setups"Have no fear of perfection- you'll never reach it."
11-24-2009, 11:42 PM #4
Very interesting! Thanks for posting.African cichlid and saltwater aquariums
11-25-2009, 12:19 PM #5
Very nice. I like Picos but I don't think I'd attempt one anytime soon
29 gallon-planted community
20 long frag tank
75 gal-planted goldfish
75 gallon mixed reef with 20 gallon sump
11-25-2009, 04:55 PM #6
thank you for watching. you'd be surpised how easy these are to keep. Once something is this small and has been worked out, it's more repeatable than any larger tank because the variables start to increase the larger you get. for example, how many times have you seen someone's saltwater tank and theres tons of tubing, wires, and several hundred bucks in reef dosing bottles and test kits. I don't own anything other than the tanks and the air pumps that run them, and I test the salinity of the change water but none of these tanks are tested or dosed with anything other than a two part supplement and you get to keep the same corals! the only restrictions are internal temp of your house, it can never get above 78 if you want these to work...