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Im looking in columbus and cleavland, columbus is about 2 hours from me, cleaveland about 4, once i find a place that i can pick up the rock, i just need to find the time on the weekend.

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Well, looks like things are coming along nicely.

Funny...your coral stocking list looks a lot like what I have in my tank right now.

I loooove acroporas...I wont mention the annoying person who happend to get me hooked on this very expensive genus of corals...*cough* SPS rule.

And birdnests are the bestest. I have a yellow one, who is supposed to have purple polyps...and I'm waiting on finding the perfect pink colony.

I have a GIANT branching froggie that is green and purple. I actually do like some LPS but the down side is those darn sweeper tentacles...they just make everything that much more annoying. You've got a lot more room in your tank though, so you should be fine with a couple nice sized pieces. I like a lot of things from that genus and similar ones. Anchors, Hammers, Frogs, Elegance, Bubbles, etc. The colors can be amazing, and it is fun to see something that moves and sways with the current a lot. Gonioporas and Alveoporas are nice too. All should be kept under MHs.

And I also believe I have the prettiest zoas in the sea. Well, okay, maybe not THE prettiest, but I have some nice ones. Zoas are fun, I like them.

Do you plan on buying locally or ordering online or what?


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I plan on buying a few local, and ordering some online.

The LFS that i depend on for my supplies has some amazing softies. They're just awesome, nice and full, healthy, and not too expensive. for everything else i will probably have to go online, there are some other stores here in cincinnati that have good selection, but they're way far away from me and I just havn't had the time lately to go look at their selection.

I agree, one of the reasons i like softies is because they wave and sway around, i find them very relaxing to watch.

Nick

P.S.- i plan on going premie soon, im just itching to make the jump!/:'

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whoa whoa whoa

wait a second

who brought up softies?!

*doesn't like softies*

Especially when mixed with LPS and SPS.

but ohh premieship


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Bah, unfortunatly you caught my mistake before i did, i didnt mean to say softies, i was just looking at them online swapping back and forth from my post to the site. brain was thinking one thing while the eyes were seeing another

heh...oops

im not a big fan of leathers like
Flower Leather – Sinularia dura, they kinda look like blobs sometimes.

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okay then

as long as we're on the same page



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Do you have any highly reccomended online dealers for corals?

right now ive looked at

http://www.platinumreefs.com/
http://www.extremecorals.com/
http://www.reefermadness.us/Seriatophora_hystrix.htm
^^There's the lovely pink birdsnest you spoke of earlier.
and http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/categ.cfm?siteid=22&pCatId=597

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hehe...

the dealers I like are

reeftopia.com

marinedepotlive.com

floridapets.com

liveaquaria.com

fishybusiness.com

ehhh there's more but i'm brain dead

*calls Nate*

got some more links ?

(oh, and always keep in mind, when buying corals from online dealers, that they'll use 20K bulbs, and show REALLY nice color, so expect many times, to be dissapointed)


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Alright, i tested the water again

Ammonia 0 ppm
Nitrite 0 ppm
Nitrate is a little high around 16-17 ppm, so i think im going to do a water change tomorrow.

Tomorrow im going to pick up about 210 pounds of reef sand, which will go in tomorrow.

im hoping that a deep sandbed will help bring down the nitrate

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Alright, 160 pounds of sand are in, water checked, good. just waiting for the water to clear up a little. I took some pictures but they're a little cloudy so not very much detail, I plan to take more once the water gets clear.

So the amount of sand worked out great, I now have a DSB.
In the corners of the tank theres about 6 inches of sand, in which i hope to put jawfish (not sure) or maybe some gobies.

sand looks great and there's plenty of it, i was worried that i might not have enought, but i have PLENTY.

Im also starting to get some brown algae build up on the rocks, you can see it in the pictures.

give me a few minutes and ill edit with a link to the pictures.


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http://community.webshots.com/album/527751608pOXNjN

comments?

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*cough* Its www.Phishybusiness.com

www.reefermadness.us
atlantisaquarium.net

those are currently the only 3 that I order from, but I have ordered from

www.cquarium.com before also
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Alright, as first fish, how do a pair of Jawfish sound?

I cant decide what to put in first, But i think the maroon clown's are going in last, just because they are territorial.

any ideas?

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Did a water check today

Nitrate looks a little high though. I need to wait and see if the sandbed helps to lower the nitrate at all. If not i can do a water change. Other than that the water looks good,

the SG is hovering between 1.025-1.026.
The PH is about 8.2 and has been staying that way.
Ammonia and Nitrite are both 0.

Since ive updated by pictures, ive had alot of brown hair algae grow. It about doubled from yesterday morning to last night when i turned the lights off. Im debating bringing in some crabs and snails to mow it down, but i really need the Nitrate to drop before i can add anything.

Liana or nate, do you know if the DSB will help all that much, and how long it will take to lower the nitrate, or am i going to have to do a water change. Im going to wait about a week or two, see if theres any difference.

nick

P.S. Merry christmas everyone!



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I was reading one of John H. Tullock's books, and he said that Tridacna clams actually thrive in systems with Nitrate.

Good idea or bad idea, in my situation?

My family actually wants to put in Tridacna crocea or maxima, is it a good idea to put it in now because of the higher levels of Nitrate? just a thought.

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BAHHH!, ive got a hair algae problem, i ordered some crabs that should come in on thursday to help it. I'm still thinking of adding jawfish first, but im tempted to add tangs to knock out this algae.

Ill try and take some pictures, theres definatly one strand thats growing at about 2 inches a day, its already about a foot and a half long. Most of the rocks under direct light have started to get a brown coat on them, and the algae is "pearling" (lots of little bubbles coming off).

so the next question is, jawfish or tangs?

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Oops, I'll try to catch up here.

DSB's will naturally reduce nitrate, but probably not to the point where you wont have to do water changes. Plus, you gotta give 'em a couple weeks/months to get active and live to see effectiveness.

Clams are filter feeders but will benefit from occasional target feedings. I wouldn't put one in with HIGH nitrAte, that's no good for any animal really. If it's at a safe level somewhat near undetectable, then you should have no problem adding 'em, as long as you have enough light. (I cant remember the wattage over this tank...)

Jawfish are cool, but have special requirements. They seem to be quite the fad fish lately. Everyones talking about 'em. Unfortunately, they need a DSB with multiple sized grains to burrow and hide the way they like to. You need to make sure that they wont be caved in on.

So, I say tangs. The thing with tangs though, is lets say you want a yellow, a hippo, and a naso, just for example. You'd prolly have to add them all at the same time to avoid aggression between the three. That way one isn't dominant over the other or anything.

At least, I think that's how it goes.

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Well, time for an update, the nitrates are down to a safe level, so i added some livestock.

Two Tridacna Maxima clams! One is a nice blue purple and the other is green and black striped. I drip acclimated them with an iv kit (had one in the basement cause my dads a doctor(works perfectly)). Everything went perfect! They're alittle on the small side, but i like them, they're about 1-3/4" to 2".

The tangs i know that i was going to have to add them at the same time because of agression. I was only planning on hippo, but only on the fact that ive heard many people say that yellow's should be kept alone, just because they tend to be more territorial. Another reason id go with the tang's is because the algae is getting out of control.

Speaking of algae, the glass started to get covered with it, but it seems to have stopped. It was all brown algae and hair, but it seems to have slowed to a halt and some green is coming in now.

I'll post some pictures of the clams and the algae tomorrow

Now on to the jawfish,

1. I have the DSB, and plenty of it.
2. There are various sized grains of sand all the way up to small pebble sized and broken shells.

the only thing that concers me is the special requirements part, Are they going to get picked on, even though i plan on adding generally peaceful fish? If they're going to be the only bottom dwelling fish, and they have plenty of nooks, crannies and caves. I think i have all of their special needs covered, but i just want to make sure.

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Picture update in a few days,

EDIT: the pictures i took i wasn't happy with, then i kind of lost interest got bored and stopped trying, so ill try to get some up before i go back to school.

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I did some tank work today, cleaned the glass, got rid of some algae.

All my parameters look good and the nitrate is lowering even more.
My SG is stable at about 1.025-1.026.

I tried to take some Macro shots of the Clams, but with the glass being so thick, it was hard to focus the lense.

Im uploading pictures now, ill edit with a link to them in a few minutes.

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Ok, it won't let me edit it add the link (thats about the third time its done that?)

http://community.webshots.com/album/534724496WSJJpi

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Well, four hermit crabs i ordered are in today, im acclimating them as we speak, ill take pictures once they get settled in.

well that was easy! they've only been in five minutes and they're already eating algae!

Nick

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What kind of hermits did you get? I'm partial to the zebras myself, though I guess just about everyone else is too.



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tank looks as if its got a bow in the front pain of plans
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I wanted to get electric blue from marshall islands, but i couldent find them anywhere, So i ended up getting orange legged. They look almost identical to the elctric blue, but they're orange, with blue eyes.

What do you mean the tank look like it has a bow? its a gerular 180, not a bowfront.

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i knw tht just looks as if the glass is bowing
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Alright, well ive noticed some things appering in the tank. Theres about three tiny things that have popped up and i just have no idea where they came from or what they are. I can try to get some pictures of them, but its kinda hard, they're just so darn small and the glass is so thick it will be hard to get a shot.

The first is a small green patch, very vividly colored, it looks almost like a very small LPS polyp, but that doesnt make any sense. Another is much like the first, but purple in color, and it's not coralline.

Ill try to take a picture of them, but i dont know how they will turn out.


Also, i plan on adding either some fish, or possibly and anemone for a clownfish to host in within the next week. I went to a LFS last week and they had some wonderful LPS and SPS frags, pretty big for very cheap! I was excited but i didnt have any money on me , and i know its bad to impulse buy.

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Well, update time, my dad offered to buy me some coral, and my tank parameters have stayed stable, so we went to a LFS.

They had some awesome LPS there, so i ended up getting a large hammer and a torch, and an SPS frag.

Ill take some pcitures once they get into the tank and open up.

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Got some pictures of the corals. Liana, do you think you can give me an id on my sps frag?

My torch is doing wonderful and is in the ideal place in the tank, getting intermittent flow. Its larger than it was even in the store.

The hammer on the other hand doesn't seem open all the way. It was open larger in the store, and last night, but today its maybe 3/4 of the way, i don't know if i should move it to an area of higher flow, Right now, its just below one of the outputs, so it doesn't have direct flow on it, it has it going directly over it. Any suggestions?

Nick

The first link is one to the macro gallery, the second is just normal shots. (i actually got some great macro's of the sps!)


http://community.webshots.com/photo/540597851gloBba

http://community.webshots.com/photo/540580454kHrEoe

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bad news, the torch has shrunken dramatically,the full size of the torch was about the size of a softball, now each of its arms is about 1/2 inch long, theres definatly something wrong. and one of the six heads on the hammer has compeletly dissapeared. Im very concered, all of the parameters are fine and nothing has changed in the tank.

I topped off the water level, the water was treated, salt added to the right sg, and the temp was fine.

Im feeding phytoplankton regularly and replenishing trace elements.

They were fine earlier today when i got home, but at about 6 o'clock they started to shrink.

The SPS is doing fine.

What do you think is wrong?

Edit: the temperature was about 2 degrees higher than normal, at about 80.

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Good news, torch is opened back up again, so has the hammer, but that one branch on the hammer is still gone.

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That happens as a part of the stress of shipping sometimes. At least I notice that some specimens come into the store, look terrible for a couple days, one or more heads die off, the rest survives, and I'm pretty sure the dead stalks never grow anything back.

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Well the torch is doing fine, but the two smallest branches on the hammer have died, completely shrunken away.

The sps isnt having any problems at all and has gotten darker.
Im still waiting on an ID from someone *cough*Liana*cough*

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me? huh? what?

whaddya want me to ID?

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my sps frag

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hmmm...*cough* [link=http://phishybusiness.com]http://phishybusiness.com" style="COLOR: #FF0000[/link] *cough*

Serdar is excellent to deal with, and will most likely let you pick the pieces you want (size, shape, etc) if you go and pick it up in person....in Columbus
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alright, im still undecided between a dsb or not.

I may just end up placing some areas with about 2-3 inches of sand, and some others with 4-6. It may end up being kinda slopy, but it'll add some depth to the tank, unfortunatly, it will limit the areas for gobies and jawfish to dig... so i need to plan.

im fixing up my lights and finishing the hood by wednesday, then either wednsday or friday im going up to columbus to buy rock.

im a little late with pictures but ill try to get some up before and after i put rock in.

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3 inches of sand is plenty deep enough for NNR...With the jawfish though you will want 6 inches of mixed grade/sizes for them to be happy

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Alright time for pictures....i know i dont have anything in the tank... yet. Once i get rock and sand in i will add more, then ill get some macro shots of any organisms. Give me a while to upload the picture then i will link to them.

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Alright time for pictures....i know i dont have anything in the tank... yet. Once i get rock and sand in i will add more, then ill get some macro shots of any organisms. Give me a while to upload the picture then i will link to them.

[link=http://community.webshots.com/album/510118572KDBgDW ]http://community.webshots.com/album/510118572KDBgDW [/link]

for some reason it would not let me edit, but that is the link.

Last edited by swiftshark88 at 01-Dec-2005 21:09

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