Coming soon to Albany Oregon.... another Pico reef jar. This one's pretty small at about .87 gallons total without any substrate or rock! Gunna try a new idea of having the top seal tight at the top so I can put a pump somewhere else in a sump of sorts and have it push water through the system, instead of an overflow. Lighting will be from a diy light that I built which consists of 8 spectrums including 415n, 430n, 440n, 470n, 500n, 650n, 5k white, and 20k white.
The livestock for this one will be high end "designer" zoas and palythoa and maybe a really nice sps centerpiece.
The for sure livestock so far will be:
- hallucination paly
- utter chaos paly
- rainbow incinerator zoa
- Darth maul zoa
- pink diamond zoa
- and more..
I'll be up for suggestions if anyone has a nice zoa or paly to add.
Could someone recommend a UV Sterilizer that will work with my Nano Cube 28g? The overflow chamber space is only 2.7" long and 2.7-3" wide depending on chamber. I've seen some that are built for the Innovative Marine series, but that doesn't mean it works for Nano Cubes.
Gunna experiment here with something fun and a bit new. I was scrounging around and found some acrylic sheets and some plumbing fittings and decided to make a 1 gallon mini cube DT. It will have water pumped from the sump of my main tank into this one then back though the bulkhead and will be mounted on the wall next to the main DT. Now the question is, should I make this into a small single red mangrove refuge (which would increase nutrient export and increase copopods which equals more food for the ruby red dragonet), or make this into a really cool little zoa/paly mini tank... I'm split between the two.
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