The water is a little cloudy since I just added vitamins and minerals, but you can get a good idea of how it looks here.
The shelves are made of 'egg crate' light diffusor pannels and slide back and forward on the pvc frame so that I can access all shelves and the bottom of the tank easily.
Not feeling well from being in the holding tank, but begining to recover in the new coral frag tank.
The whole bottom of the tank will be covered with crushed coral and shells, but right now I only have a small dish filled for my loose corals.
These Super Orange zoas are some of my favorite. I need to get some of them glued into my show tank.
The corals will be moved to the upper or lower shelves depending on how much light they prefer.
Many of the zoas and pallys have gotten mixed together on rocks. They may need to be seperated if they fight with each other.
Center-back. Aussi Acans are very expensive, but very beautiful and come in many colors.
Yellow colonial polyps should be one of the types of coral that I can grow and spread onto other rocks relativly quickly.
This mushroom has decided to attach to a rock of some of my zoas. I will have to scrape it off later or it might smother the zoas.
I have very few SPS (small polyp stony) corals, but the orange one on the left seems to be doing well.