Zane

Members
  • Content count

    40
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Zane

  • Rank
    Nano Reefer
  • Birthday

Contact Methods

  • Website
    http://staff.haas.berkeley.edu

Profile Information

  • Interests
    Music, Computers & Technology
  1. I would install the Peninsula model, with Ricordea and Yuma gardens, and on the upper section Monti, LPS, or maybe a RBTA. A clownfish paradise!
  2. I recently added a web cam for the aquarium. The lights aren't always on of course, but here it is: nanoreef.ww.com
  3. I got the zoos and many of the other items from Rocky at coralfragz.com. The zoos arrived as extra goodies, and I have to say that the customer service I received was outstanding! One of the best online buying experiences I've had online.
  4. gsp, zoos, tunicate, and what else?! a stomatella... (Yes, I saw that aiptasia in there too - I aggressively went after it and I think I have killed it. but maybe it's time for a peppermint shrimp?) How big do tunicates get, anyway? This one has been steadily increasing in size. P.S. Sorry about the date in the bottom corner of the pics. The batteries were just replaced in the camera and I forgot that the datestamp is enabled by default.
  5. Ric. florida, ric, yuma, cabbage, palythoa (?), aqua and orange zoos, caulerpae, and a stomatella. How many stomatellas can a 2.5 hold, anyway?
  6. Aqua zoos, tunicate, xenia, kenya tree (?), some kind of hitchhiker red macro, striped mushroom, and the ever-branching leather. I also seem to be getting lots of q-tip sponges lately.
  7. Side view, with gsp, zoos, leathers, stomatella, macros, etc.
  8. When I set this up in my office, I had no idea how much of a stir it would create! People now stop by on a periodic basis to see how it is evolving. And evolving it does -- almost every day there seems to be something new to be seen. Some stuff is growing a lot more than I expected. Other things, like the yellow polyps, I had to move to another tank, where some already in it were doing much better. It seemed that the pods were constantly bothering them as was perhaps too much flow, so the move out was a good thing for them. Anyway, here is an updated full pic:
  9. Every time I think: "Liquid's finally reached the limit" of what 2.5 gallons can do, he thinks of something new, and it just gets better and better! Truly amazing, and excellent work. So, I am assuming that you got the Regent pendant, ballast, and cable all from HD? If you didn't have the cabinet under which to mount it, how would you have set up the lighting? Is there such a thing as a free-standing holder for a pendant?
  10. Could they be clove polyps?
  11. Sarcophyton???
  12. That looks awesome! I bet you couldn't be much happier with the form of that tank -- 20 longs have got to be *the* optimal tank for a nano.
  13. Thanks! Those yellow polyps are really that yellow. The substrate is GARF grunge.
  14. Final full view
  15. Yellow polyps