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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Dec 23, 2015 5:37 pm

a couple livestock photos:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Tue Dec 29, 2015 11:11 am

How about some livestock photos!

Start with my Red-Lined Wrasse (Halichoeres biocellatus):

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Lubbock's Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus lubbocki)

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Ignitus Anthias (Pseudanthias ignitus)

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Lyretail Anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) [New Male]:

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[Female]:

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[Old Male]

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Copperband Butterflyfish (Chelmon rostratus):

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The Clowns:

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And a FTS:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Tue Dec 29, 2015 11:54 am

And the few I missed in round one:

Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus):

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I think Shrimp are excellent photography subjects (Lysmata debelius):

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Yellow Wrasse (Halichoeres chrysus):

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Group Shots:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Tue Dec 29, 2015 11:54 am

More Misc:

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Wish I would have hit the focus on this one:

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Coral:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby acexotix » Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:21 pm

How often is that fire shrimp active? Been thinking of adding one to the be but read they hide a lot. Great looking fish!


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Dec 30, 2015 12:00 pm

Shrimp is out and about a lot, mixes it up pretty good during feeding time. Has recently taken to a cave that makes him a little harder to see sometimes, but he's pretty easy to find.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Dec 30, 2015 2:46 pm

Maintenance Day today:

Emptied & Cleaned skimmer
Fresh GFO
Vacuumed sump out
20 gallon water change so I could flush GFO and clean sump
Scraped front/back of tank
Tossed socks in the washer
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby acexotix » Wed Dec 30, 2015 6:59 pm

iced98lx wrote:Shrimp is out and about a lot, mixes it up pretty good during feeding time. Has recently taken to a cave that makes him a little harder to see sometimes, but he's pretty easy to find.


Ok sounds good. May look at gettin one some day if I don't find a different one I like.


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby black hills tj » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:47 pm

Dig the hammer. Looks like it has some size to it.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby Dakota Reef » Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:23 pm

Nice photos Chris. Love the striking colors on the new male Lyretail.

Hope he and the old male get along okay. Looks like the old male wasn't as far along in his development as the new one. Never seen it but I've heard some male anthias will revert to female when a more dominant male comes along. Interesting to see how that works out.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Dec 31, 2015 12:23 pm

black hills tj wrote:Dig the hammer. Looks like it has some size to it.



Billed as a torch when I got it, probably 8 inches across now, haven't counted the heads in a while, but it seems to be doing well.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Dec 31, 2015 12:25 pm

Dakota Reef wrote:Nice photos Chris. Love the striking colors on the new male Lyretail.

Hope he and the old male get along okay. Looks like the old male wasn't as far along in his development as the new one. Never seen it but I've heard some male anthias will revert to female when a more dominant male comes along. Interesting to see how that works out.


Thanks Phil, I like how the new male is progressing as well. The old male certainly has lost any purple and is looking more like a female every day, but I don't know he'll lose the spike or the fin spots? anyway, calm waters for now so we'll see how far I get since I've had no luck catching him/her.


Tempted to pick up this guy: http://www.liveaquaria.com/diversden/It ... did=291904 but with our weather I'll probably resist the urge.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby black hills tj » Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:12 pm

iced98lx wrote:
black hills tj wrote:Dig the hammer. Looks like it has some size to it.



Billed as a torch when I got it, probably 8 inches across now, haven't counted the heads in a while, but it seems to be doing well.


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:15 pm

Psh. I suck at ID'ing torches vs hammers vs frogspawn vs branching vs wall vs whatever.

Got my automatic water change hooked back up today finally after the sump move.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby Korrine » Mon Jan 04, 2016 11:39 pm

Love your photos Chris!! Thanks for posting them :)
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Tue Jan 05, 2016 10:47 am

Thanks Korrine! Seeing some color and growth on SPS finally with all the cleanup I did over my vacation. *phew* I really let things go so glad to see things are working during cleanup. Also changing 3 gallons a day right now as well which hopefully will help maintain current levels.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Sat Feb 13, 2016 6:32 pm

Some photos:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Sun Feb 14, 2016 12:13 pm

Lost a fish for the first time in a while, Red Stripe Atlantic Hogfish went surfing it looks like. Guess the tank lost it's bully. Maybe it's time for some more anthias.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby acexotix » Mon Feb 15, 2016 12:52 pm

Wish my purple monti would grow like yours. Been in the tank for a few months now and barely any growth. My orange grows like a weed though


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Feb 17, 2016 12:50 pm

Got a new macro lens:
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Need to clean the glass, setup the tripod and play with it one of these days!
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Mon Feb 22, 2016 6:06 pm

Couple pictures:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:49 am

Small catchup post:

My tank went through a battle with blue/green cyano:

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and the casualties were massive on the coral side. The lawnmower blenny also perished.

it is doing much better now:

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Fish that have perished:
-> Copperband - probably the weirdest, was eating happily out of my hand one day, the next stopped eating anything and was dead in 5 days.
-> Ignitus and Carberryi Anthias and smallest lyretail - while transitiong the male lyretail was brutal to the others, sequestering them from the food no matter how much I fed. This was very painful for me as I couldn't catch them. I think 1 of each genus was the weak spot, I may try adding a bigger group (5) of another genus in the future after some conditioning in QT.
-> Lubboks Wrasse and Red Striped Wrasse - carpet surfing a week apart
-> Candycane hogfish - carpet surfing and frankly, thank god this fish was VERY agressive.
-> pair of purple firefish - just never got enough to eat IME but these were during a time of poor husbandry.

New Fish:
-> Scopas tang
-> MIdas Blenny
-> Orchid Dotteyback
-> Bangii cardinalfish


Lighting was changed to 3 SBReef retro-fitted Chinese black boxes with 2 4ft t5's to supplement. Still doing AWC, 6 gallons a day. Using a Turbo ATS. Flow was changed to two MP40 QD's.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:06 am

The copperband was the hardest to see go, he was practically a dog.

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby KJoFan » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:27 am

How'd you end up kicking the cyano/green algae? Did you do anything specific or just keep up on water changes and wait it out?
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:01 pm

KJoFan wrote:How'd you end up kicking the cyano/green algae? Did you do anything specific or just keep up on water changes and wait it out?


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:53 am

Couple of new SPS frags from Sioux Falls Aquatics:

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A little bleached out but the PE makes me think they'll pull on through.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Oct 26, 2017 5:18 pm

S'more coral photos!

This was a woops, it fell to the sand bed and I didn't find it until it had grown down around the plug sideways..

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Oct 26, 2017 5:18 pm

And not to leave out the LPS

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby acexotix » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:49 pm

Diggin all the monti’s!


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Tue Oct 31, 2017 9:25 am

acexotix wrote:Diggin all the monti’s!


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I'm up to 6 different varieties now... Yikes!
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Nov 01, 2017 1:57 pm

So noticed a decent drip from the bulkhead on my main drain which is annoying but not surprising since the bulkhead supports the weight of the drain pipe, plus I jostle it every time I put a filter sock on/off (poor design on my part).

Finally made time to fix it over lunch today, I loosened the bulkhead, cleaned hte inside glass well and then reinstalled. So far so good.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Nov 01, 2017 4:41 pm

I guess it's just maintenance day. I noted that the leaky bulkhead leaked enough to drip on the stand, and needed cleaning beside the ATO tank.

ATO was in need of refill, so why not pull it out and clean the stand.

I've been using Ms. Wages pickling lime directly in my ATO container (it's a large container and the pump is elevated off the bottom) and there was plenty of left overs in the tank and on the pump (MJ300). Yanked the pump, blew it apart and cleaned it and the tank with vinegar. Reassembled. Shhould be the last cleaning the ATO requires in a while since I'm now 2 part dosing while I set up the CaRX.


Speaking of 2part, I've been successful in stabilizing my ALK and increasing it. Almost back to where I want it:

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Wed Nov 01, 2017 9:41 pm

Last item of the night is the ATS. Now that the tank is running nicely I want to address the bit of GHA that seems to pop up in the tank as I feed my desired amount. Previously the ATS was yellowing out/ spongy growth. I was running 24/7 light cycle on it which was way too much. I had turned down the light intensity which helped but I just don't think it ever got a foot hold. I've left the lower light intensity and switched to 13 hours on 11 hours off, opposite the tank lights. If that results in better growth I'll start to boost the intensity. I really want this to function as my space-impaired refuge so if it can't get moving after 2 years of trying I'll have to sell it and get a fuge and a big light for it.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Nov 02, 2017 3:17 pm

GHA reared it's head in the last few days... more to pull I guess.

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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:43 am

So I've been testing & dosing Alk but finally got the Hanna Calcium checker out a couple days ago to test that, figuring at the usage rate the tank is at it must be eating calcium too.

Color me surprised when the reading came back 560, twice. Double checked with red sea pro kit and it confirmed my unusually high calcium. I tested my fresh salt water and it read 550.

Doh.

So over 3 days the calcium hasn't moved much despite alk consumption. Going to turn off water changes for a while and let the calcium drift down a bit.

That said, I was happy to find the Hanna checker with the new 1ml graduated pipette very repeatable and accurate. It will be a once a week test now.

Tank doesn't look worse for wear after being at 550+ calcium for what I assume is a few weeks minimum so I'm certainly not rushing to change anything other than propping the ALK levels up to get the ratio better. Coral growth in most of my SPS is actually about as rapid as I've ever seen.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:54 pm

I've had AWC off since Friday and the tank has drifted down to 516ppm calcium with 8.4dkh alk, so I'm pretty happy with where it is settling in. Once it drifts to about 480 or so I'll turn AWC back on and see if I can use this batch of high calc salt to effectively dose calc to keep it around 480. I can easily adjust number of gallons per day changed to hit that target (assuming it's not more than 5 or 6 gallons/day).

Growing GHA right now like it's my DT's job wth no AWCs going on. Since I don't run GFO etc the ATS + water changes were doing the majority of the nutrient export battle against GHA. The ATS is growing in better now, so hopefully it'll start working to combat it.

Coral are looking great though, growing well and coloration continues to improve so that is of course the goal. I glued down some coral into their final homes, so I'll document a few of those next week hopefully.
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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby acexotix » Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:27 pm

Is there a real need to drop the calcium? Isn’t the main risk from high calcium to the equipment and precipitation out of suspension? Too high of calcium isn’t really going to affect livestock. Is this correct or is my thinking completely off


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Re: Chris' 180 Gallon In Wall Build

Postby iced98lx » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:47 am

acexotix wrote:Is there a real need to drop the calcium? Isn’t the main risk from high calcium to the equipment and precipitation out of suspension? Too high of calcium isn’t really going to affect livestock. Is this correct or is my thinking completely off


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Your core thought is not wrong, but in combination with my Alkalinity and PH I want to get to a more "balanced" set of levels. This is the easiest to read description of the goal:

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