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William

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About William

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  • Birthday 10/08/1988

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    New York, New York
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    Anesthesiology

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  1. NanoBox IM10 Office Tank

    Your clowns are hosting your RFA?
  2. William's RSR Nano - Rise Of The Gorgonian

    More pics taken today with the aquarium camera app... this thing is a game changer.
  3. What is this creature

    The bottom looks like a chiton
  4. What is this creature

    http://www.reefkeeping.com/issues/2002-05/rs/index.php it did roll up into a ball when caught
  5. What is this creature

    It doesn’t really have legs (that I can see)
  6. What is this creature

    Possibly, I just want to be sure before I put him back in my tank
  7. What is this creature

    I found this guy hanging out on my back glass, not quite sure what it is...
  8. William's RSR Nano - Rise Of The Gorgonian

    It’s been a while... have neglected the tank, but decided to do a water change today and take some new FTS pics
  9. Ninja's Fluval Evo 13.5 - New Pics

    I had one that ate frozen Cyclopes
  10. Rock flower grow out tank

    I would throw a brittle star or two in there to clean up excess food
  11. William's RSR Nano - Rise Of The Gorgonian

    New pics of the tank, sorry for the poor quality, regular iPhone camera shots (I still have a hard time taking pictures) also so I found this odd looking snail today and I'm not sure if it needs to be removed or not...?
  12. William's RSR Nano - Rise Of The Gorgonian

    Thanks!, and I dose BWA lugols solution. I should test for it and I have an iodine test on the way but I have recently just watched my leather corals and gorgonians. Specifically my corky sea finger and and purple sinularia. I have noticed that if both are not having good polyp extension I can add a drop of lugols solution and within an hour the polyp extension is significantly better. I never dose more then two drops per week. I think part of my problem is that I have a significant number of soft corals for a relatively small water volume and I skim heavily. I will know more when I get my iodine test. I should also note that the rock nems have doubled in size in slightly less than a month.
  13. William's RSR Nano - Rise Of The Gorgonian

    Update: things are going well, for the first time in a while. all of my sps are growing rapidly and my gorgonian are really taking off (I started dosing iodine and this really seems to have helped). I also have found that my aquarium prefers nitrate to be in the 4-8 range. In this range I get good growth, color, and minimal algae growth. If I drop below 4 I actually see increased algae growth and decreased coral growth. I have made a few changes as well. I added on a bio-pellet reactor to augment my NOPOX dosing and have seen good results. I have also dramatically increased my amino acid dosing and feeding with positive results. Fish additions: Algae Blenny Grade A Picasso Clown Invert Additions: fighting conch 10 margarita snails 1 Mexican turbo snail. This brings the number of fish in my aquarium to 7: Red Bandtail Waspfish x2 Radial Filefish Red Firefish Algae Blenny Clownfish x2 Which I feel may be the max I could keep without having issues of overcrowding. The only exception would be if I could find a small yellow fuzzy dwarf lionfish, something I have been trying to acquire for over a year. Update: things are going well, for the first time in a while. all of my sps are growing rapidly and my gorgonian are really taking off (I started dosing iodine and this really seems to have helped). I also have found that my aquarium prefers nitrate to be in the 4-8 range. In this range I get good growth and color and minimal algae. If I drop below 4 I actually see increased algae growth and decreased coral growth. I have made a few changes as well. I added on a bio-pellet reactor to augment my NOPOX dosing and have seen good results. I have also dramatically increased my amino acid dosing and feeding with positive results. Fish additions: Algae Blenny Grade A Picasso Clown Invert Additions: fighting conch 10 margarita snails 1 Mexican turbo snail. This brings the number of fish in my aquarium to 7: Red Bandtail Waspfish x2 Radial Filefish Red Firefish Algae Blenny Clownfish x2 Which I feel may be the max I could keep without having issues of overcrowding. The only exception would be if I could find a small yellow fuzzy dwarf lionfish, something I have been trying to acquire for over a year.
  14. Deeper Well - An Acquasole 60

    Looking good
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