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I've started to 'inhabit' the back wall. I've used a Bostik gel cyanoacrylate super glue. I did try with a regular type to mixed results (see...
I've get the directional outlet on (albeit wonky). It's a Chinese eBay job. It too is doing its job, but just not enough flow to loose the...
I have managed to tuck it away a bit nicer. But maybe I can Ditch it when my other directional outlet turns up.
Got the jebao rw-4 wavemaker today. It's very good for the money and controller (green lights) is easy to use and I have cyano flying round the...
We've all been there. It's better to calm the beast, so that when the tank is in, she doesn't resent it. Makes LFS purchases a much better...
That's good news. I couldn't see it in your sump.
I didn't consider it in my first set up, and had to have it outside the stand which irritated...
Yes I do plan on another zebra lion, but I'll think I'll add him last, or whenever I come across one. Next job is add the new liverock,...
Blenny, blends in very well with my background.
Googled and looks like some sort of nerite. LFS twerp was selling it as a turbo.
looks half way between a normal nerite and a zebra, so...
Black and white Ocellaris, to join the normal one. My son insists that the orange one is nemo, so the B&W is omen.
Thanks for that.
WTF! I keep typing T.H.A.N.K.S. Without the full stops and it turns it into a green dot?!
Do you have any auto top facility?
You can get lenses that direct the light and stop you getting arc eye.
Do the leds just need a UK plug and possible a switch added to them or do I need to buy some sort of driver for them?
Gonna try and grow some chaeto with one of these lights. Or GHA or whatever, in my sump.
Or the metal bars to suit TMC aquaray lights would work.
Waterzoo or eBay do the standard 1inch fittings for 44mm holes. Between £10-£20 each.
Then apply the resin, use gloves and a throw away brush, taking care to soak up the puddles of resin that settle in all the low spots, with paper...
Most of this is on my build thread, but I thought it would be more useful here.
A standard aquarium safe background will not last long in a marine...
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