Will's 93g Serenity Cube

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Wlachnit, Jul 5, 2017.

  1. Chromis

    Chromis Supporting Member

    I like the elk horn coral rock, similar to pukani it gives you a natural reef look from the get-go.
  2. ashburn2k

    ashburn2k Webmaster

    No circulation pump?

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  3. F6553066

    F6553066 Guest

    What's the purple coral on right side bottom(Xenia)?

    Dick Flanagan
  4. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit BOD

    Yup...Xenia. iPhone pic with no color correction makes it look more purple.
  5. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit BOD

    I do have a sump, skimmer and return pump as well as a Koralia pump in the DT for flow.
  6. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit BOD

    Actually...I built it up that way somewhat unintentionally. There's only one small piece that may actually be elkhorn or elkhorn like.
  7. kinetic

    kinetic Supporting Member

    Wow the rock looks really great!
  8. daddio

    daddio Supporting Member

    Looks really cool!
  9. rygh

    rygh BOD

    Looks great!
    But be warned, GSP grows upward on a rock very quickly. It will take over if you are not really careful.
  10. this tank is awesome!
  11. so angels can be kept in a softie tank with no issues? do they just mainly eat SPS or will they go after LPS as well?
  12. rygh

    rygh BOD

    Some Dwarf Angels can.

    I have:
    Coral Beauty - no problem.
    Bicolor - Nips at the tips of really frilly ones.
  13. rygh

    rygh BOD

    Keep in mind, Corals get munched on in the wild. Normal.
    If you have a ton of corals, and just a few risky fish, you can live with some munching.
  14. does nippin gthe tips kill the coral eventually?
  15. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Supporting Member

    I think they just go after the polyps. I suppose if thy nip enough the coral could die.
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  16. rygh

    rygh BOD

    Depends on the amount.
    In my case, it caused the coral to pull in the frilly tips a bit.
  17. will angels eat euphyllias?
  18. Gablami

    Gablami Guest

    They can. There are no rules when it comes to angels. Except for the reef safe genicanthus angels (watanabei, Japanese swallowtail, bellus).

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  19. Wlachnit

    Wlachnit BOD

    One of my thoughts have been to have riskier fish in this tank since the softies are all inexpensive and fast growing. So, if they end up nipping at the softies, it’s not really painful.

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  20. daddio

    daddio Supporting Member

    This little guy has been fun to have in our tank. He's a dwarf flame back angel. He's constantly on the move darting in and out from the holes in the rocks and picking at everything. image.jpeg

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