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  1. Any Wrasses for Nano Tank?

    Brunneus wrasse. Max size is about 3 1/2 inches. Super beautiful fish. I have one myself. You'll probably have to special order it though since it's pretty uncommon.
  2. So I bought 2 pretty similar sized ocellaris clowns (1" - 1 1/2") about 1 month ago. Since then 1 has clearly become the dominant one (female I assume), but at the same time it's been consistent nipping at the other, to the point where 1 of the ventral fins was almost completely gone. They've always swam next to each other, but when it gets close to night time, that's when the nipping starts. I've read that nipping is pretty regular, but since it got to that point, I separated the smaller one into a breeder box. The female is never more than 5" away from the box, but will the pairing work? Or should I try another clown? Thanks!
  3. Diving back into the hobby

    I also bought Bio-Spira to cycle my tank as well once it gets here. LMK how it goes for you! As far as the source of ammonia, I'm using Dr. Tim's ammonium chloride, that way I can 100% control how much ammonia goes in. Either way you should be ready to roll in 7 days or so. Good luck!
  4. 2 fish gone in 2 weeks

    Same thing happened to me a while back. Lost my mandarin, royal gramma, and my designer clownfish -.- took everything apart and no traces of them what so ever. Devastated me and I almost quit the hobby. Good luck finding them!
  5. So I'm building a 40B DT with a 20L sump and the sump I'm planning to buy has a crack right down the first baffle middle from top to bottom. The current owner said it is holding up water just fine without any leaks and that the previous owner used it just fine. He also said that he never personally used it, but leak tested it and it should be safe. Would sealing the crack with silicone work or should I just go get a new baffle? I'm getting it for $25. Any opinions\advice would be appreciated. Thanks
  6. Rookie mistake... ;(

    Lol good luck in the move.
  7. Rookie mistake... ;(

    from what I remember reading a while back is that you never add salt directly to a tank that has livestock in it because it would shock the corals/fish. If you wanted to raise the salinity level, you should've mixed up some saltwater with a higher salinity and then do a water change again slowly raising the salinity level, if that made any sense. Hopefully others can chime in on this and hope the leather coral pulls through
  8. 3 Foot Long Nano - Video Update

    I'm speechless...... your tank is soooooooo CLEAN!!! I'm so jealous right now lol
  9. Awesome scape! Makes the tank look deeper than it really is. Cant wait to see how this tank will evolve
  10. Clayton's ADA 60F LPS Dominant Reef

    AHHHHHHH!!!!! I had a Rainbow open brain coral almost exactly like yours! but mines slowly withered away cause somehow some sand got stuck inside 2 of it's mouths amazing tank though
  11. Our New Store!

    Awesomeness!!! Wish you were up here in Wisconsin -.- lol anyways, I wish you the best with the store
  12. Frizz's 30 Breeder:

    Awesome tank. Really digging the corals and the aquascape. 2 thumbs up!
  13. http://www.reefsanctuary.com/forums/bluespot-club/ Here's where most of the info on these awesome fish are. #1 Rule: have a lid, these guys always find a way to jump out. Hope you enjoy him\her lol
  14. 45g Long and Shallow

    This tank is sooo epic! Now you make me want to go buy a 100g tank that's FS in my area, the dimensions are 6'x18"x18" -.- lol anyways I'm Subscribing!
  15. Asureef's Red Sea Reefer

    Wow, such an amazing tank! After reading every page of this thread, I have been inspired to restart my 20l. I was in the midst of selling\parting out my tank because all of my fishes disappeared over the time of 2 nights, and it made me lose motivation. Your tank gave me motivation to restart and not give up. Once again, awesome job with the tank! Definitely my favorite tank
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