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Age 7 years, 8 months
Started April 13, 2011
Official Volume 34 Gallons
Actual Volume 29 Gallons
Make Red Sea MAX
Model 130D
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Equipment See more

Lighting
2 2 x 55w T5 (50/50 10K and Actinic
Super glue.
Aquarium
Cleaning
Algae brush
Powerhead
Red Max pwerhead.
Red Sea Max Powerhead.
Reactor
3 Purigen media
Thermometer
Thermometer
Refractometer
Additive
Red Sea Algae Control Multi NO3/PO4 Test Kit
Salt
Red Sea Coral Pro Salt
Red sea coral pro salt
Other
2 5 gallon buckets.
Blue Bonded filter pads.
2 Bucket twist off lids.
DIY screen top.
Kent salt creep eliminator.
RODI container.
Tubing

Measurements View all Measurements

Phosphate
Ammonia
Salinity
8.2
pH
Nitrite
Nitrate
435
Calcium
Alkalinity
TDS
Magnesium
Temperature

Feeding See more

Condy anemone - Shrimp · Frogspawn - Mysis shrimp · Squamosa clam - Phtoplankton, Mysis shrimp, · Hammer coral - Phytoplankton, mysis. · Frogspawn - Phytoplankton, Mysis shrimp · Blue/green Frogspawn - Phytoplankton, mysis. · Squamosa clam - Phytoplankton, Mysis shrimp, · Pocillapora - Phytoplankton · Fed Fish - Mysis or Fish eggs or Reef mixture. · Fish - Mysis or Fish eggs or Reef mixture. · Fish - Mysis or Fish eggs or Reef mixture. · Night Feeding for CUC - Algae wafers · Tri-color anemone - Shrimp · Birdsnest x 2 - Phytoplankton · Night Feeding for CUC - Algae wafers/Shrimp · Fed Tric-color anemone. · Reef Roids · Reef roids session.

Inhabitants See more Inhabitants

6 Fish

Clown Goby, Citrinis Gobiodon citrinus
Northern Clingfish Gobiesox maeandricus
Ocellaris Clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris
SPS Not sure
Six Line Wrasse Pseudocheilinus hexataenia
Yellow Pseudochromis Pseudochromis aureus

16 Corals

Blastomussa Coral Blastomussa merleti
Blastomussa Coral Blastomussa merleti
Duncan Polyp Duncanopsammia axifuga
Frogspawn Euphyllia paradivisa
Leather Coral Lobophyton
2 Red Eyes Cyphastrea Cyphastrea sp.
Ricordea Mushroom Ricordea yuma
Stylophora Milka Stylophora milka
Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens
Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.
Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.
Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.
Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.
Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.

27 Invertebrate

5 Astraea Conehead Snail Astraea tecta
8 Blue Legged Hermit Crab Clibanarius tricolor
Hermit Crab Dardanus spp.
2 Margarita Snail Margarites pupillus
3 Nassarius Snail Nassarius sp.
5 Red Legged Hermit Crab Clibanarius sp.
Sand Sifting Sea Star Astropecten polycanthus
Sand Sifting Sea Star Astropecten polycanthus

On average you perform a 25.3% water change every 7 days.

0% total water change in December.

Diary Entries View all Diary Entries

Nasty ich event. Killed 3 fishes. Dotty back, snow flake clown ( poor Mental will be missed ), and blue spot jawfish. Bigger snowflake clown fish seems to be holding on and is improving. Citron goby,
The unimaginable happened...power outage for 4 days straight! All corals and inverts perished. I was able to save my two clowns, six line wrasse, and yasha goby thanks to my great lfs, Aquatica in Tin
Was able to locate missing frag and epoxied it back on to frag. Still unable to locate other coral frag. Xanthid crab who broke in first place is proving hard to catch.
Xanthid crabs broke two coral frags and cannot find where they put them. War has been declared...they have broken the truce!!
Something tore a claw off from Coral banded shrimp. No obvious aggressor in tank. Always thought he was the most aggressive one in there.
No more green algae seen anywhere on live rock. Now there is a brown filmy looking matter that is gradually receding but still persists. Coralline algae is making progress on live rock but somewhat sl