State of The Reef

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Parameters:
Hydrometer = 1.024
Calcium = 400
DKH = 11 or KH = 196.9
Phosphates 0
Nitrates 0

Fish:
1 Pajama Cardinal

Pajama Cardinal named Mr. Fish and a False Percula Cownfish named Stripes

Mr. Fish and Stripes

1 False Percula Clownfish
1 Emerald Mithrax Crab 3 1/2 inches
1 Pink Pincushion Urchin

Kooshball the Pink Pincushion Urchin

Kooshball the Pink Pincushion Urchin

At least 1 Stomatella Snail

Scientific NameStomatella varia
Classification
:     Mullusca
Common Names:
 

Description:
Stomatella look like a cross between a snail and slug. Their shell is fairly flat and inconspicuous compared to most snails.  They are brownish green in color and seem to stay under about 3/4″ in length.  Stomatella can move very quickly for a snail.

 

Various Cerith, and Astrena snails, Blue legged hermits, White legged hermits

Corals:
1 Green Star Polyp + 1 GSP frag

1 Closed Brain Coral
Damaged Closed Brain Coral
1 Open Brain Coral
Damaged Open Brain Coral
1 Bubble Coral

Bubble Coral shieldied by Chaeto Algae and a cave.

Bubble Coral shieldied by Chaeto Algae and a cave.

3 Stalks Pulsing Xenia

1 Finger Leather Coral
Finger Leather Coral
1 Ricordia Mushroom fragged to 3 pieces
Orange with Green Mouth Mushroom on Frag Plug Orange with Green Mouth Mushroom after fragging in a dish covered with bridal veil in reef tank.
Algae:
Chaeto is in tank shielding Bubble Coral from bright light and being eaten by Mithrax
Green Chaeto Algae shields bubble Coral and produces Copepods. Emerald Mithrax loves to eat it.
Red Dictyota is attempting to take over tank
Pink Coraline algae finally starting to appear on walls of tank

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About thestackersreef

My name is Brandon Stacker and i am a hobbyist marine reef aquarium keeper from Lubbock, Texas. I go to school at Wayland Baptist University and am the happily married father of two.
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