Submitted by melev on Wed, 09/12/2007 - 17:00
I'm off to MACNA XIX in Pittsburgh, PA! Hopefully my reef will be okay while I'm away. :)
The most recent addition to my site has been the new pages about the Austin Tank Tour I enjoyed on September 1. I've got many of the pictures posted, but have 3 more tank's worth of pictures to edit and add. If you can't wait and have to see what's available now, here's the link:
Austin Tank Tour
Submitted by melev on Sun, 08/26/2007 - 14:18
The Reef Parameters page has been updated to match the look of the site, and I changed the layout of the stats themselves. I like the new look because it reminds me of a graph chart.
Regarding the Logo contest, I want to thank everyone that participated. I've got it down to the final two, and will decide shortly. The two I like are #10 and #15 on the lastest contest page posted, the one that had the poll.
Submitted by melev on Thu, 08/09/2007 - 16:32
The 280g page has been updated to match the site. Equipment and livestock are up to date and are crosslinked to match photographs with many corals and fish.
Submitted by melev on Mon, 08/06/2007 - 14:04
The new page about my first online fish purchase with Live Aquaria is online.
Submitted by melev on Thu, 08/02/2007 - 11:14
Submitted by melev on Fri, 07/27/2007 - 10:34
The Model F sump page has been updated with newer images of a recently built sump using 3/8" acrylic. You can also see the bubble tower incorporated in all sumps now.
Submitted by melev on Wed, 07/04/2007 - 19:50
A new contest for those with artistic abilities:
Submitted by melev on Tue, 05/22/2007 - 17:40
Last weekend, I flew to Rochester NY to speak to the URSNY club. As you probably expected, I brought home more than just memories - I also got a bunch of pictures for you to see. Plus a few new frags. Here are the pictures.
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The newest frag is a Sunset Montipora, which you'll see in the Frag Swap images. I also got an unidentified frag, plus two Micro Carpet Anemones. I'll have to take pictures of these when they are in a suitable location.
Submitted by melev on Sat, 02/24/2007 - 11:18
Today, Robert (a DFWMAS member) and I drove down to Houston to attend Eric Borneman's Coral Identification workshop. We arrived late but got to see how corals are measured, studied and then classified until you can determine its name. Surprisingly, it is very tough to label many SPS and LPS corals accurately. He will be coming up in April to do the same workshop for our club, and I can't wait.
Submitted by melev on Tue, 11/28/2006 - 16:12
At long last, I finally updated the ID page with a bunch of new goodies. Over 30 new additions were made tonight.