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Thread: 240g + 300g in wall build
02-20-2013, 08:06 PM #101
Yes, the grouper is also known as the coral rock cod. I know it as a miniatus grouper. Cephalopholis miniatus
I am really liking larger fish then the smaller ones now lol. So cool to watch and feed them.
02-20-2013, 08:20 PM #102
02-20-2013, 09:23 PM #103
03-11-2013, 11:56 AM #104
03-14-2013, 05:01 PM #105
Tank is running great but I need lids on the tanks. I am losing ~3g of water a day.
Tank values are doing great. The K1 is converting everything to nitrates and the LR/scrubber are slowly decreasing them.
The scrubber has one screen with about 70% of coverage and the 2nd screen is starting to grow. I think I will modify the 2nd screen and make it like the first one that is the picture a above this post. I will take pics when I get a chance.
The eel, grouper and lion fish are doing very well. They are by far my favorite group of fish. I really like the bigger fish over the small ones now and honestly, I never thought I would.
I removed the black and white damsel from the reef tank. I did not know until I added a new anthias fish that the damsel was agressive and killed one of the weaker anthias. That and I was re-arranging my rocks and he kept attacking me. I thought everyone got along because none of the other fish ever had any signs being attacked. However, once I removed him the other fish hang out where I can see them! I thought they were human shy because they stayed at the old place for 6 months with very little interaction.
I had to put my flame angel to sleep last night. Something happened and its eye became infected but over a few days he just got worse. Then the fins were missing and I am pretty sure he is blind. I tried to feed him and he could not see the food.
The soft corals I have are growing like crazy.
That is about all for now... I will post up pics and some charts in the next few weeks.
03-25-2013, 12:21 PM #106
03-25-2013, 02:21 PM #107
Land Speed Racing season just started so I have been focusing my time building my motorcycle in attempt to take some long standing records. The tanks have not been messed with because of that.
Still working on a small shark and ray.
03-29-2013, 02:43 PM #108
Not sure why but my computer wont load AC forum. However, I am trying taptalk for the first time...
Here is the pics of the scrubber. The scrubber forum says I should double the leds and use less screen. Kind of baffled on that.
I'm going to add a sulphur reactor setup to the tank.
03-29-2013, 03:00 PM #109
The "scrubber form guys" are just likely trying to give you suggestions to increase the intensity of the lighting to help the algae become even more effective. In theory, a smaller screen with a lot more intense lighting can remove more nitrates and phosphates out of the water than a larger one with less intense lighting (all other things being equal).
As long as your parameters are good, no need to change a thingIf you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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03-29-2013, 03:42 PM #110
Wish I would have read that before. I can chop up the aluminum and add all 60 leds to the left side screen with a 12 inch PVC slit and powered by a Rio 3100. That would work better then what I have now?
I based mine off feeding and I am feeding a lot! 10 silversides, shrimp, 3 cubes and every other day a small octopus. The silver sides alone come to 50 cubes per day. :-/
The reason to modify or add more filtering is the nitrates are slowly creeping up and I don't like that.