Squishie's 90g Saltwater Tank

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trynottodrown:

Manos arriba (Skeleton shrimp) | Piñatel

trynottodrown:

Manos arriba (Skeleton shrimp) | Piñatel

Turbo snail yesterday in the flow of the fresh saltwater coming in. Epic polyp extension, I love how fuzzy/velvety it looks. Gigantic RBTA (and Nym looking adorable looking straight at me). Left side/anemone land and the clowns.

-So yesterday I sold some corals (not actually picked up yet) and I also got a message from someone interested in ALL the rest! I really hope this pans out because interest has been slim.
-I got the scoly to eat. He hasn’t been eating and has been bleaching out quite quickly. I hope he pulls through.
-Dr. Ron does not know how to decontaminate the hermits. They might need to go into their own quarantine while I figure that out. Although the absolute last resort, I could maybe put them lightly to sleep (not kill) and possibly pull them out GENTLY and/or break open the shell CAREFULLY and put them in containers with new fresh shells (put each hermit alone so they don’t get killed while asleep/waking up). Definitely a problem I need to work on.
-I am going to take down the quarantine tank this week so I can use that desk again and also because I am not using it. The hydroids in it are STILL alive. BLAH

fuckyeahaquaria:

Pygmy Seahorse | Hippocampus bargibanti

“Pygmy seahorses are morphologically distinct from all other seahorses.  Apart from their extremely small size, they have a single gill opening on the back of the head (all other seahorses have a pair of gill openings either side of the head) and the young are brooded within the male’s trunk rather than a pouch on the tail.” -

(by PacificKlaus)

fuckyeahaquaria:

Pygmy Seahorse | Hippocampus bargibanti

Pygmy seahorses are morphologically distinct from all other seahorses.  Apart from their extremely small size, they have a single gill opening on the back of the head (all other seahorses have a pair of gill openings either side of the head) and the young are brooded within the male’s trunk rather than a pouch on the tail.” -

(by PacificKlaus)

modestdemidov:

robinistall:

fish shaming [x]

jesus christ i’ve been waiting for this

-20% water change done
-Took photos of all of the corals, uploading now so I can get the post up today. I am hoping things will get sold quickly or at least everything gets sold. I have the prices SO low so that 1. They go quicker and 2. The danger involved of buying my corals.
-I might have missed out on the marineland sale because I am a giant fucking idiot. Yay.

Sometimes nudibranchs moonlight as face huggers. (He did get the nudi off his face). At the LFS

Sometimes nudibranchs moonlight as face huggers. (He did get the nudi off his face). At the LFS

So the tank might give off a bit off light.

So the tank might give off a bit off light.

theoceaniswonderful:

Blue starfish shrimp by Luko Gecko

theoceaniswonderful:

Blue starfish shrimp by Luko Gecko

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(via Amazing Coral Reefs)