Sat, 06/04/2005 - 04:46
Here is the new clownfish fry tank. It is only good for the first couple of weeks, to raise the babies while very tiny.
I built this in anticipation for the eggs that the clowns produced 7 days ago, but while I was working on this project, they hatched. I'll have to wait for the next clutch of eggs.
First, with the moonlight.
Now, under normal lighting.
This is a light with three blue LEDs. Our club did a Group Buy.
This is the light bracket. I wanted it to be fully removable when I need to wash the tank. It slides right up and out. Plus, it helps hold some wires in place.
This is the heater bracket. Again, removable. Also visible is the probe from the thermometer.
From another angle.
It was built to be 9.5" cube shaped, with the sides and back wall in black acrylic. The front and base are clear. All parts are removable, and all I need are some babies. :D
It holds about 2.5 gallons.