no694terry

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About no694terry

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  • Birthday 07/30/1983

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  1. turns out the GFO was getting ground up in my reactor. I turned it off and water cleared up in a day and im a bout a cup low on the GFO that was in there.
  2. major bacterial bloom the last few days. The waters is very cloudy since i changed GFO and added baffle to sump. I guess its because it took such a big hit to the bacterial surface area .
  3. This is my favorite tank on NanoReef
  4. testin out the Note 5 features
  5. Nice sump. See if your phone will let you do manual white balance. Mine takes ok pics at around 7400k with 18k leds Oh and i stole your avatar for my subie journal
  6. Found diamond goby while i was removing sump. Stupid expensive fish. I shop vac'd out my sump. Im adding a baffle to place the skimmer on left side now so that it gets to stay at a constant level rather thanvalways changing with evaporation. That and it will also trap solids in the first area and have more time to skim them. And i might try cheato again in the second area and egg crate off the return pump. Just need it to dry over night and finish putting stuff back
  7. i handled them alot, im suprised theyre open already. I dose a few drops a day of kents microvert food. and they are in a good bit of downward flow. The polyps i litterally smashed down into a hole in the rock havent fully opened yet. Its a green lump i fragged off the lower right rock. my LFS has some amazing corals for sale, I'm going to try and go biweekly for something new. Theres some nice big LPS's i want next
  8. Still no sign of diamond goby. I did however find a large nerite snail in my sump. I have no idea how it got in there since i have grate/covers on my reutrn lines. It must have climbed out of the water and down the outside of the return pipe and into the sump
  9. in my experience once its established nothing will eat it. Only way i ever beat mine was manual removal, a good detitrus flush and heavy water changes. THen once its all gone, a CUC can keep it at bay
  10. I stopped by the store again. picked up another nice zoa rock and a yellow damsel. I expected by blue damsel to be rather stubborn but he/she's actually been quite the nice host. No aggression what so ever and seems to me making attempts to socialize with the new, cranky yellow damsel. They've been keeping to themselves for the most part now the yellow one is trying to socialize, but blue is nervous. Blue doesnt care for yellow laying in blue's hole in the sand
  11. zoa rock came with an aptasia
  12. my 3yr old niece is obsessed with my CBS, it hasnt tried to climb up my arm yet but id love to try and train it to climb up to hers.
  13. Me too. I have almost the complete cordless set.