Click on the pics to view a short video of each of my tanks!
i am still building all of them bit by bit but they are getting to a stage where i am pretty happy with them!
TANK #1 - Micro Reef
Size- 38L Aqua One AR380
filtration- Inbuilt trickle filter + external FLuval canister...
howdy fellow fish lovers!!
glad to be apart of the forums!!
i have posted some pics of some of my salt and freshwater tanks!
looking forward to sharing the up and the downs of this demanding hobby!!!
I have a large blue starfish, i think it is the most common kind, i see pleanty of them in all my LFS's.
i have read and heard that they have the ability to regenerate if spliced down the centre with a very sharp one edged blade.
(razor, scalpel etc) thus potentialy ending up with two stars...
Is anyone familiar with keeping cephlapod's (spelling?) commonly known as as octopus.
i have been successful in keeping stingrays, eels and sharks and want to broaden it to set up a octopus only tank...
i have heard they usually only live around a year, and that is if you can keep them...
i am keen to invest in some coral banded shimp for my 6x2x2 reef tank. however i have a 2foot port jackson shark and a 3foot+ snowflake eel...
will they polish off the coral banded shrimp for a snack? i have seen pics of eels with their mouths open letting shrimp clean their mouth which i think...
Snowflakes bring great joy to my tank!
i first had a baby one in my 6footer, i wanted to watch it grow over the years.... it was very hardy and great to watch.
One of my friends then enlisted in the NSW airforce and needed to find a better home for his then 3foot snowflake, so i took it on...
Here is my newly completed project!
livestock: all babies so far except one identified species. and the breeding pair...also unidentified at the moment. (pics to come)
2x electric Blue
4x Electric yellow
1x 6Bar frontosa
2x Salmon Cats
2x Weather loaches
2x hongi island
1x Peackock (i think)
My first post on this forum, i thought i would show you how i have been building up my 6x2x2 reef aqaurium.
This is how i had it only a few months ago before a crash :-( i lost everything in my tank including my much loved sting ray + port jackson sharks which were all eating out of my hand...