Monthly Archives: February 2016

Build Your Own UGF

Updated 3/4/16, 7/21/18 Opae’ula are fun to raise. Since they don’t need much space for a simulated natural environment, we can be creative in building tanks. I believe a gallon jar is about the smallest optimal size. At a thrift … Continue reading

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Diatom Stage Is Tied to the Coral — Not the Tank

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Adjusting the UGF to Reduce or Eliminate Salt Crusting

Updated 2/4/16, 2/22/16, 3/6/16 My 5-gallon Fluval-Chi is the tank that refuses to die. After giving up the year-long battle against salt constantly crusting on the top outer edges of the tank, I moved the colony into the 18-gallon, with … Continue reading

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