Mini-Reef

January 4, 2008 at 10:06 pm

Okay, so it’s tiny, but you don’t need a whole lot of live rock to find something interesting to watch! Our 8-gallon BioCube is pretty cool to peek into…

Even though it just has a couple of mushroom rocks, a condylactis, and one domino damsel, I like to check out what happens in there every once in a while, especially after dinner time, when all the creatures are excited!

Look at the condylactis eating! With his little arms in his mouth. :)

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Here’s the domino and a mushroom rock. I sold the rock just tonight! But here he is! Famous on the internet! We’ll put something else cool in there, soon!

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Anyway, the BioCube is a neat little aquarium system and you should take a look at them if you’re thinking about setting up a mini-reef. They really couldn’t make it easier…

~Sara!

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