She must’ve been up in the corner when you were looking She’s swimming around in the front now though!i definitely want this when i start getting frags on rocks.... right now i dont need to see GHA.. that being said i just stared at it for like 15 min to try to see the hooded.....lololol
Love this @ Jessican! I really want to put a cam on my tank. I want to see how my fish act when I'm not around. My tank is in our home office, so the fish are used to me being around. Also I can catch my Blonde Naso moving small corals for fun...
All of you tanks look great. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you guys I’m glad you enjoy!They are beautiful! Thank you for sharing!
Oh awesome, I hope he enjoys them!I showed this to my dad today. He’s been keeping aquariums since the 1950s, but is 83 now and can’t really do it anymore. So, this will give him something to watch.
I love these indoor Nest cameras for this, they work really well. And we just 3D printed a mount that is siliconed to the side of the tank.
Fingers crossed that the harem works out, I’ve never tried it before. There are 10 baby clowns and ~30 BTAs in there, so should be plenty of territory to choose from. And I was amazed that they were all in the nems within an hour of me introducing them, especially since they’re captive bred! They’re so dang cute, spotcinctus clowns are hands down my favorite type.I didn’t - hectic workday yesterday! But I love all those clowns in the Reefer 170!
There will very quickly be more than 30 BTAs, too, this particular variety is a prolific splitter. I originally bought 3, they’ve turned into more than 70 within the last year.They are cute! We live where you don’t have many LFS. The ones we do have don’t have much variety. The 1st time I saw some Spot clowns in person, I videoed them. With all those nice BTAs , I bet you have a good shot at a successful harem.