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jprime84

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  • Birthday 10/03/1984

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    Apex, NC
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    Fish tanks and ponds, landscaping, fishing, off roading, photography, airsoft, programming, electronics, video games

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  1. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    Frags coming along nicely Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr
  2. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    New FTS - most of my frags made it. Lately the toadstool is actually opening some. Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr
  3. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    New FTS Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr I fragged my first corals yesterday. I fragged some zoas, a mushroom, and a finger leather coral from my display tank. I guess it's time to wait and see if any of it made it. Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr
  4. 4 gallon pico cycling

    Looking good. That fine sand is going to be a pain to keep siphoned though.
  5. 4 gallon pico cycling

    yay 4g! Whats the tank?
  6. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    Short video
  7. The rock came from marcorocks.com. I ordered 50lbs for my 75g reef at home. I took a single rock from that bunch and it fit great in my tank. I decided to continue this thread in the Pico section. All further updates will be here: http://www.nano-reef.com/forums/index.php?...=0#entry3933633
  8. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    Decided to try a fish again. This time I went with a young 4 stripe damsel. I'm aware this fish will grow too large for the tank, but when the time comes he will either move to my 75g at home, or return to the LFS. FTS: Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr He's the perfect size now. He is constantly zipping around the tank, and attacks food ferociously. He adds a lively element to the tank that was previously missing. Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr Pic of the zoa colony. It has responded very well to the stock LED lighting. Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr I also added a bag of Purigen to the back of the tank for added filtration, and have been doing weekly 35% water changes.
  9. FS: Neon Furry Montipoora $30 Shipped

    Paid a while ago, and I'm still waiting on shipment or some kind of communication
  10. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    Wasn't satisfied with the flow, so I put the stock pump back in as the turn pump and just put the Hydor Pico into the tank. It's the smallest power head I've ever seen but it looks so huge in the tank. That's okay though, because once the two of them were both running, all kinds of detritus and crap were kicked up that had been settling before. I need to come up with a teeny tiny protein skimmer. Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr Untitled by jprime84, on Flickr
  11. Well the goby didn't survive the weekend. I don't know if it's because it might get really hot in here over the weekends, or what. It never did eat, so maybe it was already sick.
  12. Prime's office Nuvo Pico 4g

    The goby didn't survive the weekend. I don't know if it gets too hot in the building, or if he had some other problem related to him not eating all last week. All of my inverts and the zoas survived, so who knows. Not going to try again with a fish for a while. It's hard to keep this thing stable. I got rid of the included pump, which is rated for about 65gph and reached it with a Hydor Pico Evo-Mag pump rated for up to 180gph? I know I'm losing some flow with headless as the pumps max headless height is like 15 inches, maybe less. There's just not room in the tank for much.
  13. NIce SPS for Cheap!

    What is still available?
  14. Goby hasn't eaten any of the omega one marine flake that I have yet. Might have to get more tasty food....
  15. TreTheDJ's 3 gal Pico

    Yeah I learned to just order half my tank size. It's not like having the extra snails will hurt the tank. Most of them bury themselves during the day.
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