Originally Posted by Ronin77
You've got a sweet tank. You might consider one yellow tang or a few anthias for some color. It's crazy how tanks can go wrong so fast, then other people have the luck of the Irish. I'm thinking of getting rid of my 3 occelaris clowns and getting one golden maroon, my 54corner does fine with them, but I think it would def. help with bio-load. IMO
I think your tank would have been just fine with just more live rock and of course good water. Lol it's all in the water!
Yeah, that was my bad. Trust me, ill never do that again. It was such a huge headache. Oh man. I'm thinking of putting in some of the reef ready rock. Not sure of the name but I really like the color. It's a really deep purple color. Looks nice in tanks. Expensive but hell of a nice color without the creepy inhabitants crawling around.
Any who ha... The tank looks great after the huge water change. I also added my old uv
sterilizer from my old tank in there and it's been keeping the level of algae down. Hopefully it can also kill any of the free swimming parasites that are in there as well. I've spotted a bit of Cyanobacteria in a few spots... Going to eradicate them ASAP. But for the most part everything is looking better. Kind of bummed that my sand bed is low. :/
Thanks for your comments and encouragement.
ill try to keep swinging away the best I can. Here's some updated pics from today.
Clamitha is doing well.
Brain maze is getting the green to pop more! Super awesome to watch.
Cleaner shrimp hanging out
"My monster of the sea"
I don't know what type of anemone this is... Any one know?
My favorites yet I have no clue what they are. Except for the pulsing Xenia's. doh!
I think these are elephant ears if I'm not mistaken...
Frogspawn growing after taking a hit by the powder blue.
Up close and personal...