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  1. Started on the 27th of august 2017 Restarted post crash end of May 2019 Equipment: -2.5 gallon rimmed seapora tank - Azoo mignon 60 gen 2 -50 watt heater (aqueon mini) -par 38 tuna blue led by abi (12w) -Ikea desk lamp (it's 13w so be sure to use a stand that works well with your bulb's wattage for safety) -Abi Refractometer -Inkbird thermostat (temp controller) Other: -live carib sea sand -live rock (pre cycled at lfs) from indonesia + caribsea life rock -Red Sea Coral Pro (love this so far, mixes super well, never problems with parameters, corals accilmate instantly and do great with 1-2 water changes a week) Lps Coral: Leptoseris Hammer coral Warcoral favites Kryptonite caulastrea Blastomussa merletti Hollywood stunner chalice Micromussa lord Lobophylia Soft coral : · various zoas Inverts Black foot trochus x2 Pom Pom crab Blue leg dwarf hermit crab x4 Bristle worms Copious amounts of pods Maintenance: -Water changes 1x time a week (between 50% and 90%) -10 hours of lighting -test specific gravity every other day -top off with a drip system when necessary -closely monitor heating (fluctuates between: 77.3 - 78.0) -scrape and 3% peroxide any unwanted algae growth (do with caution and research before hand) -remove bad hitchikers whenever i spot one (harmful nudibranches, flatworms, other worms. Important to see what is beneficial in your tank, but if ever youre not sure remove it anyways. If theres one theres more, so youre better off getting rid of it while you can) -stare endlessly into a 3 gallon bowl because you cant help yourself. I have an instagram: fools_reef August 28th ...the beginning: nov 24th 2017 Dec 13th 2017 January 17th April 21st May 31st July 7th Dec 27th 2018 Jan 3rd 2019 Jan 27th 2019 Post crash: May 19 2019 Partial reset, same rocks...different coral (and vision) June 27 2019 July 11 2019 November 3rd 2019
  2. So since an old knackered Fluval Spec 3 and Covid robbed me of my office tanks I set up the 5g as a Boredom Breaker. There is something about me that loves the set up stage of a tank and I did it again. I plan to have this on my desk at work. I might even build a little tabletop stand for it, who knows 1 Gallon Reef Jar, set up 13/06/2020. @debbeach13 Figure I can run my tap water test with this. Very basic and think that I might be able to just run this with lights and air stone. I do have a heater avaliable as per the photo 100G Live Sand 500g Cycled Rock 5L Kilner Drinks Dispenser (1.25 Gallon Jar) Air stone rated for 25L tanks (5 Gallon Tanks) Asta 20 LED. Will add once at office 60g Salt per 3.5Litres (1 Gallon-ish, more like 0.85) of water for 1.025 salinity. Actually surprised how quickly everything cleared up. Some bubbles have formed under the curve and I used some floss to skim the surface muck it doesn't look too bad. Had a play around in my dry rock and dead coral selection so think I can hide the air line. Seriatopa skeleton from the RSM crash
  3. coopaloop

    Half Gallon Reef Jar

    Equipment Tank: Libbey 62oz Jar Light: ABI 12w Tuna Blue (diffused) Asta 20 Marine Led Heater: 25W Slim Heater with Controller Circulation: Adjustable Air Pump (no air stone) Inverts Scarlet Hermit 2 Sexy shrimp 2 snails Coral Blasto GSP 2 Rics 1 Ric 2 Shrooms Birds nest Acan Frogspawn Zoas 11/29 FTS Original Post: Soooo my tank that I've been contemplating over the years will have to wait. INSTEAD I've seen the pico jars that are a lot cheaper to set up and don't require top offs as often, which is ideal for being away. As of now I'm planning on getting one of these jars but am having trouble deciding which would better and need advice on drilling: 56oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075R5F43C/ref=twister_B073RL6VQK?_encoding=UTF8&th=1 62oz https://www.amazon.com/Libbey-62-Ounce-Vibe-Storage-Jars/dp/B000MR2OKK/ref=pd_sim_79_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B000MR2OKK&pd_rd_r=a9b2e8b1-ac91-11e8-861c-cd06ea1130b1&pd_rd_w=WY352&pd_rd_wg=bcjx8&pf_rd_i=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=927de5f5-b69e-427f-88fd-1d020a551b5a&pf_rd_r=HFXZWNEKVVZQR67EA8CC&pf_rd_s=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_t=40701&psc=1&refRID=HFXZWNEKVVZQR67EA8CC I was thinking of drilling one side (or bottom if thats not possible) and fitting some bulkhead. Though what I had in mind was a little different the one below might help get the idea. Now that I'm looking at it I'm guessing it would have to be on the bottom since its flat. My idea was to run an air pump without an air stone and just have a T or some fitting on the end in the tank Any advice on drilling/fittings or which jar you like would be very helpful!
  4. Kharsin

    So There's This Jar...

    Well, we (my children and I) finally threw everything into this jar this past Sunday. We'll see how everything goes. We're following the plans laid out in the Jan/Feb 2018 Coral Magazine on Pico Reef Jars as our first foray into salt water. We'll be throwing in a small live rock to seed this jar tomorrow and allow it to mature for a couple of weeks... Well, three actually, as we'll be out of town for a bit. At any rate, this should be a fun experiment with some hardier corals and probably a tiny hermit crab. For now, it's sitting in darkness for the first 48 hours.
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