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Hey! I’ve had some variation of this tank up and running for the past two years now - running with the same live rock since then that I got dry from BRS, some of the same corals & my skunk cleaner shrimp named Kevin who’s been with me through two moves and two subsequent tank transfers (my original IM 25 lagoon to a Fluval evo 13.5 to this IM 14 Peninsula). This has kept things interesting, and led me to going bare bottom as I will be moving again in July and it has just made things less complicated, although I may eventually add sand back in. Things have settled down for me a bit in the past few months though, and I’d really like to start posting here regularly just as a way to track my own progress with this tank. I’m hoping to start adding some more corals again soon and next week will be adding a Wyoming White clownfish (who my girlfriend has aptly named Alfredo) that I’m hoping my clownfish Bonnie will be nice to. EQUIPMENT LIVESTOCK Here’s some pictures:
It been a while since I have set up a new aquarium, I have missed having a reef tank! I moved to LA, so I have had to leave behind my old reef tanks. The goal with this reef tank is to create a mostly automated reef tank with minimal maintenance Equipment list: Lifeguard 14 gallon rimless AIO (R460000 Large) 2 x Jebao RW-4 powerhead VIPARSPECTRA 165W reef light HYDROFARM Jump Start 2-Feet Hydroponic Grow Light Stand DIY Water Top Off System contact-less water-level sensor More accurate than float switch Less likely to get stuck Ardunio to read signal from sensor Peristaltic Pump to pump water into tank DIY Reef Controller Raspberry PI nano w (Currently, planning on replacing with ESP32 micro-contoller) Relay switch 15 pounds of sliced dry rock called STAX from unique corals Cobalt Neo-Therm Heater Dry with equipment: With Rock Scape: With water: Full tank shot Future livestock: Acropora Zoa Frogspawn
I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for stocking my 14 gallon bio-cube. I have been out of keeping saltwater fish for about a year now. But after a quick trip to petco with my mom to get dog food, I have rediscovered my love for keeping saltwater fish. I have a few ideas for stocking, but I wanted to run it by some people first. The first and only really good one is to do a frag tank with an egg crate rack half way up the tank. Doing a couple inch bed of sand, with some live rock. I plan on doing some mushrooms/ leather corals for the frags. But I was wondering what fish I should do. I was thinking maybe some damsels or something like that. But like I said I've been out of it for a little while so...I am not sure what I should do.