Category: saltwater

Here are the new frags today, after spending t…

Here are the new frags today, after spending the night in the big tank…
Polyps are extending!!!

Today I’m making frags of my Neon Green Toadst…

Today I’m making frags of my Neon Green Toadstool Leather coral. This is the part of the hobby I enjoy the most, being able to take these to my LFS and give back to the hobby.
It makes me feel good to know I’m trying to do my small part to keep a coral in the ocean, knowing perhaps someone who buys one of my frags won’t be purchasing something wild-caught…

runwithskizzers: kheyjin: today i learned fis…

runwithskizzers:

kheyjin:

today i learned fish can be dicks

i am laughing so hard that white fish is such a piece of shit and i love it

I made some friends at the beach yesterday!

I made some friends at the beach yesterday!

Pics of the tank 8/4/18! Everything’s going go…

Pics of the tank 8/4/18!
Everything’s going good, all the tanks look nice this week.

wart-speed-ahead: New addition today! A lovel…

wart-speed-ahead:

New addition today! A lovely frag of Ice Fire Echinata, what a beautiful coral! One pic under relatively white lights, and one (for fun) with just the AI Prime’s UV and Violet channels + an orange filter. I love seeing how corals fluoresce!

Oh wow :0!!!!!! I’d love to hear some more about it! Is it photosynthetic? I’ve never heard of this coral before but I am in Love

Here’s my “fry”. She’s over a year old now, an…

Here’s my “fry”. She’s over a year old now, and I just realized a couple weeks ago that she’s not female lol. She’s very handsome and I think she’s starting to get a sailfin! (She also won’t sit still so take this blurry photo)

Water change day!

Water change day!

Some pictures of my room bc it was looking Fin…

Some pictures of my room bc it was looking Fine yesterday.

(Arp has a book in front of her tank bc she would not chill)

My torch coral frags swaying in the current th…

My torch coral frags swaying in the current this afternoon!
Love these guys, but they are definitely named Torch corals for a reason!!