Watch my reefs grow (I hope!). Photos are listed from oldest to newest. These are entire or partial tank photos.
Photos of the 12 Gallon Nano Reef - on their own page now
Photos of the 6 Gallon Nano Reef - on their own page now
Videos - on this page
To see photos of the hermit crabs, go to this section.
To see photos of my Ocellaris clownfish, go to this section.
To see photos of my corals, go to this section.
To see photos of my reef snails, go to this section.
To see photos of my firefish, go to this section.
To see photos of my emerald mithrax crab, go to this section.
To see photos of an unknown crab, go to this section
To see photos of a greenbanded goby, go to this section.
Videos are listed from oldest to newest.
I took a video of the two fish (Nemo the oscellaris clownfish and Jose the firefish) on
Movie - 1818 KB mpg movie of Nemo and Jose.
Fish Room - 4892 KB, mpg movie.
This movie from 6/21/08 shows all of the aquariums in the laundry room. It starts on the just set up 3 gallon tank which was cloudy as a result, then to the 12 gallon nano reef where most of the corals were closed because I had just changed the water out, then to the 20 gallon freshwater tank, then the 50 gallon freshwater tank, close up on a leopard cory, pull back and then walk back to the 12 gallon nano reef ending on Nemo and a hermit crab who was not in focus.
"12 Gallon Nano Reef" - 2096 KB, mpg movie.
This video taken 12/24/08 shows the pulsing Xenia as well as some of the tank and Nemo in the corner.
All videos after this point are off site on You Tube.
6 gallon nano reef tank, taken perhaps sometime in April of 2012. The green star polyps are the prevalent coral. There are also zooanthids and mushroom corals.
12 gallon reef tank some time in late May, 2012. I took this video of my 12 gallon tank with my Oscellaris clownfish, Nemo. If you are wondering why the view finder is not aimed correctly, it is because the screen was white so I was shooting blindly. The camera would later "fix itself."
6 gallon reef tank some time in late May, 2012. You can see my zooanthids, mushroom corals, green star polyps, sexy shrimp, and red clown goby (when I say "Hey, Fireman" which is his name). The video ends on my 12 gallon reef tank.
Nano reef tanks in late May of 2012. You can see corals, snails, hermit crabs, Nemo, Fireman (clown goby), and more in both tanks.
6 gallon nano reef tank on 1/23/13. You can see the mushroom corals, green star polyps, and zooanthids.
12 gallon nano reef tank on 1/23/13. You can see the huge spaghetti leather coral, Nemo, a yellow hermit crab, green star polyps, macroalgae, and more.
Peppermint Shrimp and the 6 gallon reef tank on 1/30/14.
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