Welcome to The Salty Box, a forum to discuss everything related to Marine & Reef Fish keeping in a friendly surrounding.
Your voice is missing! You will need to register to be able to join in discussions with others.
We hope to see you as a part of our community soon
Ripped out my monipora spongades colony and did a buy
[img]2019-01-13_11-57-43 by Phil Cookson, on Flickr
Ice Fire echinata on the left...
Dusted off the Ferrero Rocher acrylid lid again lastnight
[img]2019-01-09_12-14-47 by Phil Cookson, on Flickr
[img]2019-01-09_12-14-53 by Phil...
Well, I haven't added any coral recently. I still need to add a little more rockwork in the mid section. Possibly get that done over the xmas...
my Paletta tri colour seems to have paled out over the weekend, along with a couple of others
[img]2018-11-20_09-05-19 by Phil Cookson, on Flickr...
Just having a look back through my FlickR account and these show the growth over 6 months
[img]2018-11-08_11-04-26 by Phil Cookson, on Flickr...
Welcome to the forum Rhys. Lets see some photographs of the tank
Took some more top down shots recently with my Sony Xperia XZ Premium. Starting to see some nice basing out and sprouting on a couple of pieces...
LOL, what? it's an absolute hole.
Oasis and Kraken for me.
Nothing showing on their website :confundio1:
The colours you have in here are nothing short of fantastic. What additional stuff are you dosing?
That might flick the relay a little too often. I'd stick with 0.3. Also, run 2 heaters as redundancy.
I assume you have the new STC1000 Pro from that photograph. Does that allow the swing to be brought down to 0.3deg?
Yep, highly recommend getting a temp controller. They are cheap enough. Also, what flow do you have in the tank?
Exactly. I wouldn't like my tank to drop a full degree each way. Stability is the key to keeping a healthy reef.
I have mine running an STC1000. Set to 26deg with 0.3 deviation for heating and cooling. I think about stepping it up to 27 sometimes
Separate names with a comma.