When I got my new clownfish, I was a little worried about how I'd get them into their anemone without incident. I didn't want the new fish to host in other corals, or even worse get eaten by one of the wrasses.
Early last year, I built a huge sump for a customer in the Dallas area. In January I reached out for an update, and was sent a few pictures showing a beautiful reef that resulted in a trip out there to capture this on camera for everyone to enjoy.
What can you do to assure a BTA in your aquarium will live for years? Here are my thoughts, based on person experience. My original BTA is over 12 years old, and my original Sherman RBTA is 8 years old.
A lot of hobbyists own RO/DI systems but they don't seem to have a method to making water, and often run into issues. This video shows how I use it each week, and explains my reasoning. A few helpful tips are included, just for you.