The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby mike » Sat Jan 25, 2014 11:41 am

That's fragin nice
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Sat Jan 25, 2014 4:43 pm

that teal Acro Enchinata looks great with your lights. Have to see a bout a piece of that Garf Bonsai next time.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:17 am

Full PE on all the new stuff. SPS is thriving. Went to feed open brain, Blasto and frogspawn yesterday and noticed overnight the blasto started tissue recession. Had similar issues with Acans, not sure what in my tank doesn't let them thrive. Fed a good meal to the brain, which looks great, and the frogspawn ate and looks fine.

Getting some really great color and growth from SPS so it's of course time to screw with the formula. My WP25 arrives this weekend- I'll likely get to putting it in late late next week when I get back from travel. Last piece of the puzzle for the controller (two WP60's for the big tank ;))
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:26 am

they got that twin unit on fish street, ordering the twin with the bigger power supply and 2 powerheads is cheaper than ordering the 2 powerheads alone. for the wp25 it is $10 cheaper
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:04 am

Railcar79 wrote:they got that twin unit on fish street, ordering the twin with the bigger power supply and 2 powerheads is cheaper than ordering the 2 powerheads alone. for the wp25 it is $10 cheaper


distinctly don't want the controller but found the latest version online for $62 shipped which was okay I thought. Don't want two, as they become somewhat worthless for me once the 180 is up.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Tue Jan 28, 2014 2:22 pm

I was thinking the 60s. They are available in the twin pack too, and cheaper than 2 pumps together

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Tue Jan 28, 2014 4:51 pm

oh yea for the 60's i'll want two of them for sure.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sun Feb 02, 2014 12:26 pm

well, got the WP25 in. After creating a helluva sand storm (this thing has some umph) I've got it set on W1 S3 (slowest) with a pretty short pulse. Position wise I've got it back right about 1/3 the way down pointing up and to the middle. When it's on you can watch the sway on the SPS polyps so that seems good.

Almost didn't want to even play with it, as the corals have been really doing well but I guess I'm a tinkerer.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sun Feb 02, 2014 2:47 pm

Everything looks to be settling in pretty well with the new flow- Clowns don't really know what to do lol.

Frogspawn is splitting /branching and SPS all are looking good.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sun Feb 09, 2014 8:37 pm

Lights were low but I figured I'd take a couple anyway.

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:52 pm

those corals I brought over are looking excellent. Acro Enchinata especially..

and your LPS on the bottom is HUNGRY!!

come on by some evening and I can hook you up with some Coral Frenzy to try out for your corals
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sun Feb 16, 2014 4:35 pm

Small update


Awww nom nom:
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Hard to get a good photo with my phone of how good this one is looking:

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby wichers » Sun Feb 16, 2014 11:48 pm

Perdy!!! Growing out for 180 is in session.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:20 pm

wichers wrote:Perdy!!! Growing out for 180 is in session.


indeed. Left it 10 days without problem (feeding every other day but just shut off the skimmer and no filter floss) and it got a little dirty in the tank, but it's clearing up. Everythign is growing well, so I'm excited!

My favorite story is this random Bali coral you sold me Matt, that was all brown/tan and is slowly coloring up:

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It's got green, purple, and blue on it right now.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:28 pm

couldn't resist a few more shots

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sat Mar 15, 2014 12:05 pm

With a single point light source I'm trying to keep the tri color from growign too lop sided, but what I've got now is swirling arms!
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby aquaticgeek » Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:27 pm

That could work out to be an extremely neat piece and unique how cool very nice!
A balanced tank is a happy tank! :)
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:52 am

Got prompted to do a run down of the setup on RC so I thought I'd just post it here too:

Good prompt to do a rundown of equipment and other stuff since the tank is actually doing really well.


Back Chambers are as follows:

Aquatic Life 115 skimmer (but turned 90 degrees from how people normally do it, so the output is into chamber 2)

Chamber 2: InTank media rack with filter floss on top rack. Level and temp sensors in chamber 2 with ATO hose also (that's the clear tubing)

Chamber 3: Heater, MJ1200 Return pump

Flow: Hydor FloRotator on the return, WP-25 Pump on right side about 4 inches from the surface. Using Wave 1 Speed 3- speed 2 is OK but anything more is too much. About 3 marks from the shortest pulse length.

I do Pickeling Lime in my ATO, no other supplements.

Lights

Home built LED "Cannon" - 1 100W Multi-chip LED "dreamchip" knockoff. Colors: White/blue/uv/blue/white (two different blues, two different whites) ran by home grown controller.

Livestock / Feeding:
Two Amphiprion ocellaris var. (Black Ocellaris) are fed NLS 1mm pellets two to three times daily, just as much as they eat.

Coral:
I don't really bother keeping track of names so if I label something wrong, I apologize
Tricolor acro
teal acro enchinata
Pink Mille
'Jedi Mind Trick'
Un Identified Acros (2)
Green birdsnest
pink birdsnest
Green and purple branching frogspawn
neon green open brian
"holly wood stunner" chalice
Red min blasto (seeing if it makes a come back, pretty rough)

Clean up Crew
8 small turbo snails
Variety of other snails (any that have survived my snail killing crab)
1 PITA crab that eats snails and gets out of the back chambers

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So I'm pretty happy!
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:55 pm

Frag rack at the moment:

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Hollywood stunner growing like a weed:

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With the brain in view:

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Frogspawn is splitting heads nicely:

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Thu Apr 17, 2014 10:38 am

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Fri Apr 18, 2014 9:31 pm

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sun May 04, 2014 1:08 pm

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:03 am

So after 4 months of no water changes things browned out. Water changes going again so I thought I"d post some progress pictures of the color returning:

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and a new piece that just came home

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Sat Jul 26, 2014 2:53 pm

That acro enchinata is growing like a weed
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Jul 28, 2014 3:33 pm

Railcar79 wrote:That acro enchinata is growing like a weed


yea it is growing nicely, hoping to keep up the growth until moving to the big tank.

Coral Update:

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Thought for sure this red-mint blasto was gone. The single head that was on it was gone, thought some coraline had taken over- luckily i was too lazy to remove it and now I see it's possibly 4 new blasto heads:

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Rack with a hungry clown:

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Pink Mille:

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:55 pm

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Aug 11, 2014 11:14 am

Current top down FTS:
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Fighting some Cyano again, disappointing that it came back. Will be glad to get rid of the hydroids with a tank move as well.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby KJoFan » Mon Aug 11, 2014 1:23 pm

Is that the aquatic life 115 skimmer I see? How is it working for you? I got one with a used biocube I picked up but every time I plug it in it's loud and makes a chugging sound. So I don't use it.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Aug 11, 2014 3:53 pm

KJoFan wrote:Is that the aquatic life 115 skimmer I see? How is it working for you? I got one with a used biocube I picked up but every time I plug it in it's loud and makes a chugging sound. So I don't use it.


it pulls skimmate, so I guess it works. It chuggs for me as well, less so about 48 hours post cleaning. I clean it out about every 4-5 days though, so it's not quiet long. Have a whole outbreak of Cyano so I guess it doesn't help much with that..
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Fri Aug 15, 2014 5:10 pm

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I have some serious hope for how beautiful this will turn out...

[excuse the dirty glass]
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby aquaticgeek » Mon Aug 18, 2014 1:01 pm

I really like 131 those purple highlight are stunning
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Mon Aug 18, 2014 3:21 pm

131 is that a Garf Bansai? And that Jedi is looking real nice. If you want to relocate to a new frag plug let me know, I got a bunch of plugs at home
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Tue Aug 19, 2014 9:50 am

Not sure what that is, it's one of the mini colonies Matt got in, and it has colored up really well so far on the sand bed.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:39 pm

Purple tips look alot like a bansai. I could be wrong. Image
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Thu Oct 23, 2014 9:54 pm

Thought the days of major crashes were behind me, but the skimmer pump half died, spit nasty crap out, electrocuted the tank, and then heated it to 83 degrees today. Luckily my controller turned off the skimmer/lights/power head when it hit 82, but it turned them back on when it dipped below.

I believe the skimmer has been dying for about a week, maybe two. Right before I put the big tank on the stand things went from looking really good to suddenly bad. I knew I was behind on water changes but not that bad. I did a water change and it only perked a few things up for about 24 hours, then over the last 5 days it went down hill FAST and I couldn't figure out what was causing problems. Figured it out today when I smelled fried electronics and looked at the temp graphs.

looks like my pink Mille will survive, aalong with two pieces from Matt, the brian and maybe possibly the jedi mind trick and teal acro. The LPS appear as though they'll make it and the clam, while pissed off, looks like it'll survive as well thanks goodness.

so losses look to be:

Mini colony I picked up from matt recently
Teal acro
tri color acro
Jedi mind trick (?)
grape monti
ponape birdsnest


So depressing when I was working on plumbing on the big tank.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby mikembe » Fri Oct 24, 2014 12:49 am

Don't feel bad. I lost a nice red dwarf lion and a cool 2' snowflake eel w/in a month of moving all my stuff from a 125 to a 220. They both carpet surfed but it allowed me to get some smaller fish that likely would have been food before.

Won't be the first time nor the last time something will die on ya. Once u get things to the big tank your chances of success should improve tremendously
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sat Oct 25, 2014 5:54 pm

Had plenty of issues and lost livestock in the past, just was hoping the next few would be in the big tank. Looks like i'm losing the clam which is serious bummer, it was doing so well, and growing so fast.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Tue Nov 18, 2014 3:10 pm

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Finally starting to return to color after skimmer meltdown.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:27 am

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Dec 08, 2014 9:17 am

the Fire Shrimp I picked up from Sioux Falls Aquatics molted over night! Little guy was happily cleaning clowns when I came down today.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Mon Dec 29, 2014 5:00 pm

small tank update, since I am trying to keep both going...

this turned blue:

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Cell phone doesn't really capture colors well but I'm surprised /happy.

This is green and purple again:

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and my Jedi Mind trick appears it will make a recovery after all:

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby acexotix » Mon Feb 09, 2015 7:33 pm

Are those blue zoas? Those rock! What are they called? Would love to try and find some for my tank.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Tue Feb 10, 2015 12:22 pm

acexotix wrote:Are those blue zoas? Those rock! What are they called? Would love to try and find some for my tank.


They are Tubbs Blue I do believe. I got them from Phil, Dakota Reef here on the board.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby acexotix » Tue Feb 10, 2015 1:35 pm

They're awesome. Well keep my eye outfor someone fraggin theirs
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby Railcar79 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 12:48 am

I may be hitting you up for a piece of the Jedi in a bit. You interested in some neon green hydnaphora? Just got some from fargo.
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Re: The Test Bed: 29 Gallon BioCube

Postby iced98lx » Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:48 am

This thread is done now, this tank has been transitioned to a QT tank for the big tank.
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