Posts Tagged ‘SPS’
Yes, I’m still around (some) and my tank survived my frequent absences. Here’s how it looks
Despite the fact that they don’t move and usually come in sizes less than one inch, SPS still captures my attention. I teamed up with World Wide Corals to bring you five high end SPS that bring lots of color …Read more
My 450 gallon tank is starting to show it’s color and here’s a visual update for you. Don’t miss the growth shots!
I’m working on a full show to bring you up to speed on my 450g tank. In the meantime, here’s something to keep everyone from coming after me for lack of video updates!
Watching your corals closely is one way to tell what is going on inside your tank. For example, if your SPS corals are bleaching at their tips, that is usually a sign of alkalinity swings. If your pulsing Xenia dies, …Read more
I don’t take a lot of risks with my saltwater tank, but there is one place that I’ll roll the dice. (I’ve won before with this game of chance)
The risk/reward curve increases as you move right and up. Here’s a way to save some money if you are willing to throw caution to the wind.
Insane coral growth…check
100% LED lighting….check
My tank in your house…could be!
Links in this show: www.MrSaltWaterTank.com/mytank/
Fat Jack has been up and running for 8 weeks now and we’ve encountered an unexpected bump in the road and I’ve gotten more evidence for my opinion on LEDs in a saltwater tank.