Submitted by melev on Thu, 11/02/2017 - 04:56
The 29g needed a nice looking canopy. It replaced the standard plastic light fixture the aquarium used previously, and had to house the power compact bulbs. Since I was building it myself, and the lights were also a DIY project, I designed it so the canopy would flip open completely to provide easier access to the tank and not be blinded by lighting.
Submitted by melev on Thu, 11/02/2017 - 04:35
29 gal Saltwater Tank Established 9/98, moved twice with no losses. Taken down seven years later when the 280g was set up in 2004.
Submitted by melev on Tue, 10/31/2017 - 20:11
Within a few months, the Bubble Tip Anemone doubled its original size... but that is only where this story starts.
Submitted by emasis on Thu, 10/19/2017 - 17:28
Thinking about setting up a saltwater aquarium?
Family members now yearn for their very own Clownfish or Tang, especially after Finding Nemo came out. With a little information, your family can have beautiful marine fish that will live for years to come. However, marine fish are more complicated than buying a kitten, a hamster, or a gold fish. Hopefully this small list will help you in your endeavors:
Submitted by emasis on Thu, 10/19/2017 - 17:02
Since 1997-1998, I've been maintaining saltwater tanks. It started with a 29g, if you don't count the 20g Long that I had when I was 11 years old. A trip to the island of Morea allowed me to snorkel in a lagoon for days on end, forever instilling in me the desire to enjoy what our oceans contain. This section of the site provides information about my current tanks as well as those that I ran previously.
Click on any image to get to the matching tank.
Submitted by melev on Sun, 08/13/2017 - 18:15
My frag tank is 22" x 13" x 8" with a 1" Durso drain in a 5" x 5" corner overflow. The locline feeding into the frag tank is adorable, I've never seen such tiny locline before. It's got a 1/4" outlet. The tank holds just under 10g of water. (Note: this tank ran from 2011 to 2015)