In this video Seafriendlyreef talks about coral growing to large and creating less space for fish to swim. It is an interesting subject that I am sure a lot of people forget to consider when they first start stacking sticks in their tanks with a full stock list of fish. I have never run in this to this problem myself as I am more softy/lps guy but comment bellow if you have! Anyway, the tank in this video is a STUNNER, really deep SPS tank that has zero inches to spare.
Found this gem over on MikeC Reeftank’s YouTube. He shows us his softie and SPS tanks in this video, which are both jaw dropping, but I would dare to say that I have never seen such a good softie tank. Would be really curious to do a Q&A with Mike to see what has gone into making of these two show stoppers.
If you keep up with their channel (if you don’t you should), you would know that Two Gay Reefers were having trouble getting their little Radiata Lion fish to eat. In this video they finally solve the mystery with a really cool and unique solution. Check it out! I bet you would never guess what they finally got it to eat and where it came from.
Thomas from Red Sea gives a nice look at the new Red Sea ReefWave 25 pump. I have never used a gyre style pump in my tanks before, but this for going on my Christmas list. This pump just screams quality that we all familiar with seeing from Red Sea. Check out how easy it is to clean!
If you like very unique and custom tanks, you are going to get a kick out of this Mangrove tank. This tank is full of fresh water mollies, a rare assortment of clams and some wild caught corals. Oh! and no rock or sand! Super interesting build from Jake and Reef Builders. Check it out!
Hello Everybody! I was browsing around on reef2reef and came across this beauty, which happens to be the Nuvo IM 20 of Drizziee. I just really loved the simplicity of this scape. Also, it is so clean! Could be because he only two fish. Very cool! Follow the link bellow to get more info on the build. https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/my-nuvo-im-20.733702/
This was a really awesome episode of Coralfish12g where George continues his travels in Singapore. This time we get to see some really awesome little coral shops with some amazing coral (check out the trachys!). Interesting thing is, a lot of these shops get their corals from Australia as opposed to their neighboring Indonesia. Check it out!