Wow that is absolutely amazing!!! Do you mind if I asked if you could pm me your number? My current tank is mainly Zoas and shrooms and I'd love to pick your brain on optimum conditions for Zoas
This was my JBJ nano a few years ago in 2009, 95% of the zoas were local (including all the blues and reds). But now I chose angels above zoas in my tank, so no zoas currently, need to set up an angel free tank for zoas again one day.
Sure, no problem, although it was an easy tank to maintain. Had a 150w MH on top with a 22000k Giesemann globe I think. Had a HOB reef octo skimmer BH-100 I think. Nothing in back compartments except for heater and return pump.Wow that is absolutely amazing!!! Do you mind if I asked if you could pm me your number? My current tank is mainly Zoas and shrooms and I'd love to pick your brain on optimum conditions for Zoas
Mostly Umhlanga and Umdloti, but they are anywhere where there are rockpools. Just go during spring low. Agree with Riaan, we have been over eager to collect big colonies before, and most of the time it ended in disaster with them sliming over, seems to be a chain reaction once a colony starts going bad. The smell of dead zoas is horrendous.
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