AEFW Treatment, How To Get Rid Of Them

AEFW Treatment, How To Get Rid Of Them

Now that I’m starting a new tank and introducing a lot of new Acropora colonies to my precious colonies, I will thing again how to prevent an AEFW outbreak, because it can be heartbreaking. I will also think about ways to control them in case just a few survive a quarantaine treatment and multiply over the next months and years. In this article I will explain how to deal with this pest, after learning from previous outbreaks and using the...

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Apogon Reef: Tank has Been Delivered!

Apogon Reef: Tank has Been Delivered!

General Info: After months of planning, the new tank has been delivered in my new apartment! I will give a short introduction of the idea behind this tank. The new tank -Apogon Reef- will be Apogon dominated. That means +75 Apogon, several species. Not too many, large Acropora will provide shelter for the very high flow (2x 6301 and Tunze Wavebox). The Apogons (and the corals indirectly) will be fed from dusk till dawn, many automated feedings...

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Apogon Reef Is Coming Along!

Apogon Reef Is Coming Along!

Click here for new photo’s and updates of Apogon Reef! Exiting times for me! Now that I moved to my new apartment, it’s time to build a new tank. The tank will have to following dimensions: 43″ x 34″ x 22″ high. There will be an external overflow on the right side, so the tank can sit flush to the back wall. All edges will be polished. I will use some hardware from the previous setup, plus some new equipment: 10 x...

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Leonardo’s Lagoon

Leonardo’s Lagoon

Aquarium Profile The aquarium is a custom build shallow rimless all glass tank, measuring 63″ x 44″ x 14″. The total system incl. Sump is 210 Gallon in volume. The overflow is positioned on the back of the tank, on the whole width. The stand is a wooden frame, with removable panels, for easy access to the sump and equipment. The aquarium has an open top, so there is no canopy. Lighting I build a light rack out of light-weight...

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Formosa Forest

Formosa Forest

Aquarium Profile The Formosa Forest is a custom build rimless all glass tank, measuring 32” x 32” x 21”. The total system incl. Sump is 100 Gallon in volume. The overflow is centered in the back of the tank. The stand is a steel frame, with removable panels, for easy access to the sump and equipment. The aquarium has an open top, so there is no canopy. I think this gives the tank a sleeker look, and it prevents heat-issues. Lighting the...

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