alexuribe's 29g biocube

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Alex Uribe, Nov 4, 2014.

  1. Alex Uribe

    Alex Uribe Guest

    Setup the tank at the beginning of September, currently have...

    1 x Xenia
    couple of Pink Zoa
    couple of Utter chaos
    frag of toad stool
    frag of five star polyp
    one torch of a hammer


    2 x clown fish
    2 x emerald crabs

    Picked up a few other corals at Reefapalooza last weekend... but not sure of all the names. Will post photos soon...
  2. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Welcome to BAR. Lets see some FTS :)
  3. monkeybiz

    monkeybiz Guest

    Welcome, BAR loves pics!
  4. Alex Uribe

    Alex Uribe Guest

    Thanks! Here's the first "wide" shot of the tank :D

    Also, got this little "flower" at reefapalooza but don't know what it is...

    We've been having an algae issue, and the tank might be on the cold side... 71.7ยบ F

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  5. 650-IS350

    650-IS350 Supporting Member

    welcome to BAR
  6. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    <72 degrees?


    Tank looks nice.
  7. 650-IS350

    650-IS350 Supporting Member

    I usually try to keep mine between 78-80
  8. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    Great start to your journal! Welcome to BAR!
  9. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Consistency is most important for temps. That pick looks like a clove polyp
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  10. Alex Uribe

    Alex Uribe Guest

    @Coral reefer thanks for the ID! and we're having a lot of temp fluctuations... going to program our APEX with a heater
  11. Alex Uribe

    Alex Uribe Guest

    noticed two of these guys today... should I tweezer them out? one of them grabbed a flake of fish food, it was actually pretty cool to watch

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  12. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Those guys are good scavengers
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  13. Alex Uribe

    Alex Uribe Guest

    So we're about to move our tank... from our workspace to the house, going to do some research and post a plan... Any tips are greatly appreciated! ( just when our toadstool coral started to look happy) Once it's home, I'm going to start posting more regularly, being new to the hobby it's been a ton of fun to learn along the way, and want to keep a better record for newbies to benefit from.
  14. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Have a spare 10g tank or something you can keep live stock in at home? Would make your job a whole lot easier.
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