So I recently took down my 135 and started up this 60 gallon tank... it's finishing it's cycle process but needed to move stuff into it...please don't mind the mess =) I have to drill through the floor to the basement for the sump that's 40 gallons larger than the tank, and skimmer too.
Blurry Mocha Percs
not as blurry Mocha Percs
Some corals and a closeup of the clam.
Hey bleached out guys that aren't happy... get happy again
About a month or so. Ended up using about 70% water from the big tank, moved all the live rock over, and added about 30% new water for a "water change" Let it sit for a wee bit...then added some fish / corals when the parameters were good for two weeks in a row. Glad I didn't post this pic 2 weeks ago, green algae was everywhere. Now I have the red that's coming and should be going shortly.
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