About Yourself:I started with a petland special over 15 years ago and have taken time to learn and perfect my skills. I run a catering agency and after a days work coming home to my creation and releasing my daily stresses has been great therapy.My reef has been a joy to costruct and watch grow.
Advice:Learn as much as you can and proceed in small steps.My tank is a constant work in progress , starting out with quality live sand and live rock , a must for pristine water conditions, if fish are to be kept , u.v. sterilizers are a must for the more sensitive fish, though not a complete cure to all disease it has been essential in control. water movement needs to be fairly swift, and feeding kept to every other day .Don't rush your system , give it time to adjust to new additions.The most expensive equipment is not always the best equipment.
Description:38 Gallon Reef close up
Rated #52: Corals Inverts - Procambarus Sp. - Hammers Cobalt Blue Lobster Stocking In 90 Gallons Tank
About Yourself:I work in a petshop and the more I learnt about fish, the more i wanted them! When i finally wormed my way into the crappy little 11 litre plasic tank that i have now, i tryed my hardest to make it as beautiful as all of yours.
Fish Kept:10 Small Spotted Coldwater Plecs
2 Boggle Eyed Fantails
1 Boggle Eyed Blackmoor
10 Clawed Dwarf Frogs
1 Cardinal Tetra - Hides in Plants For Obvious Reasons - Poor Git.
Corals/Plants:Plastic! Can't die but gets plastered in algae.
Advice:I'm just starting out and love fish so the only advice I can dish out it PATIENCE REALLY IS A VIRTUE! Nitrite and ammonia really do have to be non existant for a healthy tank! Pump in that Nutrafin Cycle and wait!
Description:I Know He's Not A Fish But Here Is My African Dwarf Frog Waving Goodnight To Me Before Bed! Bless Im!