Wow! Mike-your 120 gallon is absolutely stunning!
Yep, bare bottom. Well, it was bare bottom. It's about 50% covered in green star polyps and zoanthids. I have two vortech mp40's on this tank pulsing full blast every 2 seconds, creating a surge/wave effect and I didn't want a deep sand bed, so I opted for a different type of "live" substrate lol. Hopefully the entire bottom will be gsp and zoanthids in the coming months. Some before/after pics of the green star polyps:ryanr said:
OnTheFry said:all of these awesome Saltwater tanks out and about.. this one is FANTASTIC my ultimate goal use to be having enough skill and knowledge to keep angelfish.. ever since I first bought one and it died that was years ago.. now I have 2 angelfish thriving. but my goal has changed to having a thriving Saltwater tank man this goal is gonna be fun on the old wallet . but back on topic the 120 is seriously breath taking I went to the boston aquarium a week ago and this tank could hold its own against some of there Saltwater displays no joke
Thanks guys!aquarist48 said:Beautiful tank and fish Mike! More! More!
Thanks! I don't dose anything. In the sump I'm running a calcium reactor, biopellets, over powered protein skimmer that I skI'm very wet, and do 5% to 10% partial water changes every couple of weeks to replace trace elements not replaced via the calcium reactor.Slug said:The colors you have look simply outstanding, and all of your SPS looks amazingly healthy. I dream of a tank like that. Whats your secret Mike! Do you dose anything?
How do you like your Hero3? Looks like it does a fine job.