Category: not my tank

We went to the fav reef store yesterday~!! The…

We went to the fav reef store yesterday~!! They have a barracuda

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Discus and Fry

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100% ball pythons!

I am a reptiblr! and sometimes i art

Everything except frogs! But that will change in the near future as my collection expands! I also have an art blob!

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Reef and freshwater, plants, plus the occasional lizard!

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Guys I ordered some really cool carnivorous plants

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Sorry for the inactivity, I’ve been helping at a day camp and the internets been down all week at home :/

octo-bones: Meet my new boy Dorian. He’s a pl…

octo-bones:

Meet my new boy Dorian. He’s a plakat betta and he’s absolutely huge. He decided to pose for me near the rainbow sticker for pride month.

aquatictimes: You know, I’m never really sure…

aquatictimes:

You know, I’m never really sure how I feel about this…can’t pretend it doesn’t make me uncomfortable…

toughlikebobo: Benefits of dating someone who…

toughlikebobo:

Benefits of dating someone who works at a LFS, customer brought in this yellow finger gorgonian that was getting too big for their tank and gave it to her, for free! From what I’ve read, they’re a non photo synthetic (NPS) coral which means they don’t care too much about light, but have to be fed. I know gorgonians can struggle to thrive in home aquariums because they have to be fed, but we feed other corals directly so I hope it will do well. My biggest concern right now is that I’m fighting a terrible battle with algae and algae could be deadly to the gorgonian. To combat this, the gorgonian is currently in the lower part of the tank in one of the highest flow parts of the tank. We’re debating increasing flow to the whole tank, but we’ll see how it goes for right now.

Under the blues, the polyps look almost lavender and it’s the only yellow in the tank so it stands out nicely. I’m so excited!

Love these guys! I usually keep my NPS under the arches of my rock work – it’s nice and shady and the flow tends to go through them well. For gorgonians I’ve heard they need a certain water speed to be able to filterfeed – if it’s too fast they can’t grab anything, and thus won’t have much polyp extension. It’s a beautiful coral! Good luck!

A cool decorator urchin from the local(ish) re…

A cool decorator urchin from the local(ish) reef store!

fourteen–steps: diseased-bodies: Pseudomugil…

fourteen–steps:

diseased-bodies:

Pseudomugil furcatus

Psssst these are pseudomugil gertrudae, not furcatus :3

Anybody got the basics of this fish’s behavior and care requirements?