2ft All-In-One

Volume 150 Liters
Dimensions 24'' x 18'' x 24''
Make Absolute
Model N/A
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Measurements

Phosphate
450
Calcium
Magnesium
7.3
Alkalinity
1
Nitrate
Nitrite
Ammonia
26
Temperature
8.3
pH
35
Salinity
10
Strontium

Inhabitants

4 Fish

Bicolor Blenny Ecsenius bicolor
Blue Tang Paracanthurus hepatus
2 Ocellaris Clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris

6 Corals

Elegance Coral Catalaphyllia jardinei
Hammer / Anchor Coral Euphyllia ancora
Plate Coral, Long Tentacle Heliofungia actiniformis
2 Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens

13 Invertebrate

Black Sea Cucumber Holothuria atra
2 Feather Duster Sabellastarte sp.
2 Fighting Conch Strombus spp.
4 Nassarius Snail Nassarius sp.
4 Turbo Snail Turbo fluctuosa

Equipment

On average you perform a 27.5% water change every 30 days.

0% total water change in April.

Diary Entries View all Diary Entries

Algea is backing off and parameters have stabilised. No3Po4-X dosing is keeping nitrates at 1ppm and phosphates at .03 ppm with daily rate of 0.8ml. Corals are extended and healthy looking. Water is c
Performed water change to lower alkalinity. Reduced from 10dkh to 8.6dkh. dosed calcium chloride to raise calcium from 380ppm to 430ppm.
Flowerpot Coral has retreated. only change was adjusting calcium from 380ppm to 430ppm. It was maybe too big of a change all at once. I will keep an eye on it.
Received the Ecotech Coral Glue today, so glued the torch's and hammer in place. Also reattached a Zoa that a conch had loosened. Calcium has come down to 400, will be looking at a dosing pump after t
Looks like some diatoms forming on rocks, Nitrates are not reading yet, ammonia is showing about .25, and phosphates are 0ppm. All Corals are open and extended and fish have healthy appetite and no si

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