- 11 Jul 2011
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As the whites fade out...
Thanks buddy, I have tried to go with a bonzai style tank where I've tried to be cognicent of the compatibility of each coral living next to each other. Of course you can't always get it right, and I have had some stinging and die off of corals. I have also noticed the encroachment of the more prolific growers (pulsing xenia, some of the zoas, and the longer tentacled star polyps).This tank is so stocked that Pic above looks like a 300l cube lol great work
Wow, thanks for the kind words Riaan. I really have been happy to get back into the hobby without any of the pressure of a larger tank. I found this build far more enjoyable and less stressfull than the previous.This tank must be the best looking Nano currently featuring on MASA. Bloody impressive.
This is a good method with limited space for a scrubber. Mine will be my skinny overflow with a targeted led attached to the clear glass in the back of the tank, covered to ensure no light exits the back. My skinny has black plastic sheet covering it, tank side.
I finally cleaned the tank properly. I am battling to get to the bottom of the front pane. But I spent time (careful not to knock off corals) and got it done. I am not sure how you guys feel, but my idea is that the glass panes are effectively algae scrubbers. The more you clean them the higher the nutrient export. What do you think of that theory?
I think that is a great idea. If you can get that working it sounds like the best way to go about scrubbing a space-limited tank! Keep me updated on that!This is a good method with limited space for a scrubber. Mine will be my skinny overflow with a targeted led attached to the clear glass in the back of the tank, covered to ensure no light exits the back. My skinny has black plastic sheet covering it, tank side.
If I had a rand for every time I was asked that questionStunning tank, do you have any fish in there?
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