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  • Trochus is a genus of medium-sized to very large sea snails. Trochus niloticus, for example, is a very large (up to 13 cm) Indo-Pacific top shell, which has a very thick inner layer of nacre. — “Trochus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Iridescent trochus shell pendants with a shimmering rainbow sheen. Nicely carved, well-matched pairs with removable bails. Use for pendant necklaces or remove and reuse the. — “Pendant, trochus shell (coated) with lead-safe imitation”,
  • The trochus snail sports a conical shape that is tighter than the typical turbo snail but it may be tough to distinguish the difference for the uninitiated. The most common Trochus snail is the "Tiger Trochus" which gets its name from the mottled green and white color of the flesh. — “Trochus Snail - ReefPedia”,
  • Trochus definition at , a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!. — “Trochus | Define Trochus at ”,
  • Translations of Trochus. Trochus synonyms, Trochus antonyms. Information about Trochus in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. (Zool.) Any one of numerous species of marine univalve shells belonging to Trochus and many allied genera of the family Trochidæ. — “Trochus - definition of Trochus by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Farming Trochus. Introduction. Trochus niloticus (Mollusca: Gastropoda) is commonly known as the topshell or trochus shell and by various names in the countries where it occurs naturally. The current global demand for trochus shell is estimated at 7,000 tonnes annually, worth about A$50 - $60 million. — “Farming Trochus, Department of Fisheries, Western Australia”, fish.wa.gov.au
  • Category:Trochus. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Ordo: Archaeogastropoda • Familia: Trochidae • Genus: Trochus Linnaeus, 1758. — “Category:Trochus - Wikimedia Commons”,
  • Trochus niloticus was first reared successfully in Palau by Jerry Heslinga and his colleagues (Heslinga 1981; Heslinga and Hillmann 1981) Trochus has also been reared on a small scale at Baie de Saint-Vincent in New Caledonia (Anon. — “HATCHERY PRODUCTION OF TROCHUS (Trochus niloticus) IN VANUATU”,
  • Tro·chus n. pl. Trochi . (Zoöl.) Any one of numerous species of marine univalve shells belonging to Trochus and many allied genera of the (Zoöl.) Any one of numerous species of marine univalve shells belonging to Trochus and many allied genera of the family Trochidæ. — “trochus: Information from ”,
  • Tank-raised Soloman Trochus Snails. These guys are shaped similar to an astrea, get about a quarter in size (06/01/2004) - Trochus snails are non-stop cleaners, and I have found that mine concentrate mostly on cleaning the glass and. — “L-TROCHUS Premium Aquatics - L-TROCHUS”,
  • Encyclopedia of Life Image of Trochus niloticus. COPYRIGHT: © Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Invertebrate Zoology. Some rights reserved. SUPPLIER: National Museum of Natural History Image Collection. ORIGINAL: View image source. Lateral View of gastropod. — “Trochus - Encyclopedia of Life”,
  • Trochus Snail (Banded) - Trochus species Taxonomy: Trochus Snail (Banded) belongs to the Origin or natural range: The Trochus species originates from the Indo-Pacific region. — “ - Trochus Snail (Banded) - Trochus species”,
  • Torres Strait Trochus Fishery. The Torres Strait Trochus (Trochus niloticus) Fishery is a small, single-species commercial and subsistence fishery. Fishers operate from dories/dinghies with a crew of 2 or 3. Reef top collection of trochus is also possible at low tide. — “Torres Strait Trochus Fishery”, pzja.gov.au
  • Trochus Manufacturers & Trochus Suppliers Directory - Find a Trochus Manufacturer and Supplier. Choose quality Trochus Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters at . — “Trochus-Trochus Manufacturers, Suppliers and Exporters on”,
  • Encyclopedia article about trochus. Information about trochus in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “trochus definition of trochus in the Free Online Encyclopedia”, encyclopedia2
  • Like other members of the Trochidae family, the Banded Trochus is easy to care for and very adept at working as your aquarium's cleanup crew. Thanks to the maroon stripes or bands on its shell, the Banded Trochus Snail adds a unique flair to any marine system. — “Sal***er Invertebrates for Marine Aquariums: Banded Trochus”,
  • However, >50 years of trochus translocation have produced few recorded instances of · Processing of trochus meat for export has yet to be developed. — “Trochus”, spc.int
  • The Banded Trochus Snail is touted by aquarists of all experience levels for numerous reasons. Like other members of the Trochidae family, the Banded Trochus is. — “Banded Trochus Snail”,
  • Trochus Sal***er Snail Trochus histrio aka: Banded Trochus snail. Outstanding cleaner snails that are found on a number of reefs scattered throughout the Indo-Pacific. — “Trochus Sal***er Snail Trochus histrio”,
  • Training and educational initiatives: Vanuatus Fishery Department has seen that Trochus communities are very successful at managing their own Trochus harvesting activities, therefore, has decided not to interfere with their traditional management. — “Vanuatu: The Vanuatu Community Trochus Management Programme”,
  • The consultant would like to discuss the value of polyculturing trochus (Trochus niloticus) or a similar herbivorous species of archeogastropod along with the blacklip pearl oyster spat / juveniles. Since the start of the mass culture of giant. — “trochus”, .au
  • Aspects of the topic Trochus are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Tropical top shells such as Trochus, Tectus, and Cittarium tend to be larger and more colourful than the genera from other regions. — “Trochus (snail genus) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,

Videos

  • Reef Tank Clean Up Crew (Day 37) added clean up crew. 2 Red Scarlet Hermit Crab 1 Nerite Snail 1 Nassarius Snail 2 Cerith Snail 2 Red-Striped Trochus Snail 2 Astrea Snail 3 Bumblebee Snail
  • My 10 GaLlOn ReEf AqUaRiUm This is my 10 Gallon reef aquarium. It is only about 4 months along, and I only have Green Star polyps, a striped leg hermit, dwarf red legged hermit, 4 banded trochus snails and a yellow tailed blue damsel fish so far. I need to get my sump up and running before I add anything else. Let me know what you think. Constructive criticism only please.
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  • Palau Clam Farming (Part 1) Palau's MMDC (Micronesian Mariculture Demonstration Center), founded in the late 1960's by James McVey of NOAA, hold's the distinction of being the world's first successful giant clam hatchery and ocean farm. Masashi Yamaguchi and Steve Jameson achieved successful laboratory-scale spawning and larval culture with several tridacnid clam species in Palau and Guam in the early 1970's. This work was continued in the mid- to-late 1970's by Hamner, Beckvar, Heslinga and Braley with further larval culture and production of small numbers of juvenile clams. In the early 1980's true mass production of tens of thousands of juvenile clams, along with development of land-based and ocean-based nursery technologies, was achieved at the MMDC by Heslinga, Perron, Orak, Watson and Isamu. Their work continued through the mid-1990's with substantial assistance from Hanser, Fitt and Hastie. Milestones achieved included mass production of all seven species of Tridacnids found locally, the closure of the life cycle of Tridacna derasa in the Ocean Nursery (1984) and the closure of the life cycle of Hippopus hippopus entirely in land-based tanks in 1993. Over two million seed clams and over 100 tons of cultured tridacnid clams were produced on site at MMDC by 1994. More than 100 individuals from Palau and the wider Pacific completed the MMDC Clam Hatchery Training Course, and hundreds of local and international shipments of clams were made for reef stocking, local clam gardens and the ...
  • Our BiOrb 60 Marine Tank I was bought this BiOrb 60ltr tank and marine conversion kit. I have been slowly adding stuff over the last few weeks and I have Live Rock, a Cleaner Shrimp, 1 Clown Fish, 1 Orchid Basslet, 3 Trochus Snails & 4 small Hermit Crabs.
  • 10g Nano Salt Water Reef Aquarium Fish Tank Short video of my 10g salt water tank in it's early stages, ~3 months. Inhabitants. 2 Clowns, 1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, ~10 Nassarius Snails, 1 Banded Trochus Snail, 4 Cerith Snails. Corals. 1 Torch (left hand side blowing all over the place), yellow polyps, Green Star Polyps (grass stuff), Xenia Frag, Orange Ricordea, Misc Mushrooms, Misc Zoa Frags.
  • 3 Gal Coral Reef 3 Gal, 6 watts 50/50 per gallon, Tropic Marin salt. 5# live rock, hairy shroom, pom poms, colt coral, green finger, zoas, orange trochus, 3 nassarius, 1 scarlet, 6 blue hermits, 1 emerald, 1 ***y.
  • New 20 gallon nano reef (first video) This is my nano that I started six weeks ago. Today (4/16/10) I added 3 trochus snails, 2 cerith snails, and 5 dwarf red-tip hermit crabs. In a few months, I plan to add more rock, corals, maybe an anenome as well. At the beginning of the video, a cerith is hitching a ride on a hermit, cute. I'll post more vids as the tank matures and when I get a better camera. 28W Deep Blue T5 with 10K actinic, Tetra Whisper filter, garden fountain pump for powerhead, Deep Blue 100W heater, 15 lbs LR, 20 lbs live sand.
  • New Critters in a 30 Gallon Sal***er Tank (from ) I've had a 30 gallon salt water tank in my living room for nearly four years now taking up the space where a flatscreen could go. For most of that time it has existed as a semi-regularly maintained natural, sparsely inhabited, nano reef. But something made me decide a few days ago to order a bunch of stuff from . Everything showed up today, alive and in great condition. The flame angel was alert and happy right out of the box - I was expecting them to look near comatose. This video is from about an hour after everything was added to the tank. Before today I had a tomato clownfish, anemone, cleaner shrimp, a dottyback pseudoschromis, a turbo snail, two astria snails, and two red-legged hermit crabs. Today I added: 1 - small flame angelfish 1 - yellow clown goby 1 - red scooter dragonet (male) 1 - red spotted goby 3 - bumble bee snails 2 - nerite snails 2 - turbo snails 2 - cerith snails 2 - banded trochus snails 1 - small marble sea star 1 - pom pom crab 1 - pink dwarf colored feather duster 1 - small red pincushion urchin 7 - mushroom corals including a blue Ricordea florida
  • 10 gallon sal***er aquarium update 2 just a quick update. livestock, fish: 1 neon damsel invert: 2 hermit, 1 trochus conhead snail, 1 turbo snail
  • Overview of the Nguna-Pele Marine Protected Area Introduction to the Nguna-Pele Marine Protected Area
  • Evening Performance of Djarragun Dancers, Cairns, Australia (2) Boys from Djarragun College, a school for indigenous students near Cairns, Far North Queensland, perform dances from Mer (Murray Island) in the Torres Strait during an evening celebration for Mabo Day in Cairns. They sing and dance "Au meta lug bawki" (about Calm weather and sea), "AT up" (about the Hammersley Iron Train, on which some Islander men used to work), "Sama iye rofe le" (a song from the Pacific), "Lim brim" (a song about diving for trochus shells). After a reprise of "Au meta lug bawki" the boys march off.
  • Hermit Vs. Trochus A very determined hermit.
  • Trochus Snail Spawning Video 2
  • Candy Basslet Pair Having Lunch (Liopropoma carmabi) My new pair of Candy Basslets having a meal. My other fish make guest appearances as well. Equipment: Tank: Solana XL 60 Lighting: Aqua Illumination Sol Blue LED x 2 Lighting Hardware: AI 24" Hanging Kit and Current USA Hanging Arm Kit Powerheads: Vortech MP10w ES x 2 Return Pump: Eheim 1262 Bioreactor: NextReef SMR1 w/ 1000ml Warner Marine ecoBak & Mag-Drive 3 pump Skimmer: SWC Cone 160 ATO: Tunze Osmolator Salt: Seachem aquavitro Salinity Heaters: Marineland Stealth 250 watt & 200 watt Rock: X lbs of Florida Reef Rock Substrate: 20-25 lbs Caribsea Aragamax Select Dry Aragonite #00025 Livestock: Fish Candy Basslet Pair (Liopropoma carmabi) Gladiator Picasso Pair (Amphiprion percula) Blue Spot Jawfish (Opistognathus rosenblatti) Tiger Blenny (Ecsenius tigris) Tanaka's Pygmy Possum Wrasse (Wetmorella tanakai) Neon Goby Pair (Elacatinus oceanops) Tail Spot Goby (Ecsenius stigmatura) Red Spot Cardinalfish x 5 (Apogon parvulus) Sold, didn't fit with scape Invertebrates 4 x Pom Pom Crabs (Lybia tesselata) 4 x Porcelain Crabs (Petrolisthes sp.) 4 x Anemone Porcelain Crabs (Neopetrolisthes ohshimai) 2 x White Spot Anemone Shrimp (Periclimenes brevicarpalis) Clean Up Crew 2 x Fighting Conch Snails 5 x Mexican Cerith Snails 5 x Caribbean Cerith Snails 5 x Astraea Snails 5 x Banded Trochus Snails 5 x Nassarius Snails 5 x Tongan Nassarius Snails 10 x Mini Cerith Snails Schedules: Lighting: Time: 06:00 am | W:01% BL:05% RY:05% | Ramp Duration: 30 mins | Lunary Cycle ...
  • My 55 Gallon Reef Tank Lighting: 1 48" Coralife T5 1 48" Coralife HO T5 (both dual fixture) Filtration: 2 HOB filters (Working on getting sump) Tank: ~40lbs live rock (~15 DIY rock) 50lbs live sand Fish: 1 Tomini Tang 1 ORA Maroon Clownfish 2 Pajama Cardinals 1 Purple Firefish 1 Target Mandarin Dragonet 1 Yasha Hasa Goby Inverts: 1 Rose Bubble Anenome 1 Sand Sifting Starfish 1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp 1 Blood Shrimp 1 Tiger Pistol Shrimp 2 clams (not the ones with pretty mantles, they dig in the sand and filter water with a tube that comes out) 5 Blue Leg Hermits 4 Red Leg Hermits 2 Scarlet Hermits 1 Zebra Hermit 5 Black Margarita Snails 10 Cerith Snails 5 Astera Snails 1 Big Trochus Snail 6 Nassarius Snails Corals: Frogspawn Hammer Pearl Bubble Open Brain Torch Purple/Pink Plate Coral Branching Gonipora Yellow Star Polyps Green Star Polyps Orange Zoos Watermelon Zoos Gorilla Nipple Zoos 2 Others Unidentified Green Montipora Toadstool Kenya Tree 6-7 Different kinds of mushrooms
  • 10 Gallon Nano Reef: Day 14 just got home from my LFS (Big Als) with my clean up crew! 2 Trochus Snails 2 Cerith Snails 2 Astrea Snails 2 Nassarius Snails 2 Dwarf Blue Legged Hermit Crabs 1 Red/Scarlet Legged Hermit Crab 2 Emerald Crabs when i was getting the emerald crab i only asked for one. the scarlet hermit was in the same tank as the emerald crabs and when the guy was trying to net out (yes net out, he was afraid to put his hand in the water, well there was a couple horseshoe, arrow and spider crabs in the tank as well) the hermit he didnt notice he scooped up another emerald. i didnt notice untill we got home. this is just what i think happened. so 2 tiny emeralds for the overpriced price of 1. Hands are shaky and voice is sloppy cus i made this video at 10pm so i was kinda tired. i think the red thing is the remnants of a red mushroom that's trying to come back form the dead. kind of has the shape of a shroom.
  • nemo.wmv "nemo" mobile by Mark P. Simmons of paua abalone, nautilus, and Trochus shells, BBs, and mild steel
  • Mitt saltvattensakvarium... 216Liter cube 60x60x60 55Liter sump Clown fish, hermit crabs, soft corals, euphyllia, trochus pyramis, gracillaria curtissae,
  • Ron trochus trip RON PUTTING HOOK THROUGH MOUTH
  • Trochus snails (Trochus Sp.) Spawning in my reef aquarium On Feb 9 2008 at 11:18pm EST. I was doing a water change and started to notice something milky in the tank. Looking arounf for a few minutes showed that it was a group of trochus snails spawning on my overflow box. Sorry the movie is not very high quality my camera kinda sucks!
  • Whisk's Aquapod 24g Nano 3 months old Here's my aquapod 24 after 3 and half months since setup. My current stock: 1 firefish 1 cleaner shrimp 5 nassarius snails 5 cerith snails 2 turbo snails 1 trochus snail purple mushrooms frogspawn kenya tree pulsating xenia green star polyps green torch
  • My reef tank 6 weeks old My first reef tank 2 weeks after cycling 240l (120 x 40 x 50) 4 x 54W T5 lighting MCE300 protein skimmer 25 kg of LR JBL crystalprofi 1500 external filter Corals: Xenia - my first softie :) Fish: 2 clownfish Invertebrates: 6 blue leg hermit crabs 1 Trochus snail 2 Astraea snails 1 Turban snail 2 Nassarius snails
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  • Trochus Snail Spawning Video 1
  • V060210_20.28.AVI RSM 130, 7 weeks old. Elegance Coral hosting Ocellaris.
  • 75 gallon reef tank Hippo tang, 2 pairs black clowns, pair percula misbars, Royal grama, firefish, mandarin dragonet, 100lbs live rock, 4 openface brains, 2 green Aussie plates, 2 purple fungai plates, 2 Maximus clams, Kenya tree, leather tree, torch coral, green hammer, red bulb tip anemone, assorted colors of zoos, Christmas tree favia, yellow black orange and pink sun corals, monster eye chalice, 4 Aussie ackans, Xenia, star polyps, yellow feather duster, green maize brain, green blue and brown acropora, birds nest montipora, 5 different mushroom types, 3 hermits, 4 peppermint shrimp, skunk cleaner, blood shrimp, 12 tiger trochus snails, 1 turbo, bumble bee, and astreia snails, purple reef lobster. Equipment- T5 and led lighting, ESHOPPS 20 gallon sump, psk 100, 2 korilia 1400 pumps, 2500 rio in sump for return
  • Trochus Ablaichen 19 3 2011
  • Snailspawn Trochus snails spawning in my aquarium
  • 60 Gallon cube SPS reef @ 8 months Here is my 60 (2'x2'x2') gallon reef aquarium with 20 gallon sump after a cleaning. Notice the green star polyps retracted and one side of the back wall scraped of algae. Lighting: 250w Aquaconnect 14k Metal Halide in a lumenarc mini reflector powered by an icecap electronic ballast, 2x24w T5HO ATI aquablues in TEK reflectors powered by a Fulham Workhorse ballast. Filtration: SWC MSX-160 Protein Skimmer, Live rock. Water Movement: 2x Koralia #4's (one is out for cleaning in this video) and 1 Koralia 3, Mag5 return from the sump. Inhabitants: 2x Green Chromis, 1 Ocellaris Clown, 1 Female Lyretail Anthias, 1 Chalk Bass, 1 Blue Hippo Tang(no tang police), 2 Blue Leg Hermits, 1 Turbo snail, 1 Astrea snail, 3 Tiger Trochus snails, and one Cleaner shrimp. Various SPS corals, LPS (1 favia) and a couple softies(green stars, xenia) also live in this reef.
  • Making a Horn from an Alileng. Native to the southern most Micronesia Islands. This one came from the waters near Malesso.
  • Palau Clam Farming (Part 2) Palau's MMDC (Micronesian Mariculture Demonstration Center), founded in the late 1960's by James McVey of NOAA, hold's the distinction of being the world's first successful giant clam hatchery and ocean farm. Masashi Yamaguchi and Steve Jameson achieved successful laboratory-scale spawning and larval culture with several tridacnid clam species in Palau and Guam in the early 1970's. This work was continued in the mid- to-late 1970's by Hamner, Beckvar, Heslinga and Braley with further larval culture and production of small numbers of juvenile clams. In the early 1980's true mass production of tens of thousands of juvenile clams, along with development of land-based and ocean-based nursery technologies, was achieved at the MMDC by Heslinga, Perron, Orak, Watson and Isamu. Their work continued through the mid-1990's with substantial assistance from Hanser, Fitt and Hastie. Milestones achieved included mass production of all seven species of Tridacnids found locally, the closure of the life cycle of Tridacna derasa in the Ocean Nursery (1984) and the closure of the life cycle of Hippopus hippopus entirely in land-based tanks in 1993. Over two million seed clams and over 100 tons of cultured tridacnid clams were produced on site at MMDC by 1994. More than 100 individuals from Palau and the wider Pacific completed the MMDC Clam Hatchery Training Course, and hundreds of local and international shipments of clams were made for reef stocking, local clam gardens and the ...
  • Rowley Shoals - Broome Western Australia The Rowley Shoals has achieved a reputation for offering some of the best diving in Australia. The reefs are among the most remote and pristine marine areas in the world. Our expedition was provided by The Great Escape Charter Company and is highly recommended. Rowley Shoals is a group of three atoll-like coral reefs south of the Timor Sea, about 260 km west of Broome on the northwestern Australian coast, centered around 17°20′S 119°20′E, on the edge of one of the widest continental shelves in the world. Each atoll covers an area of around 80 to 90 km² within the rim of the reef, including the lagoons, while the land areas are negligible. They belong to Western Australia. They all rise steeply from the surrounding ocean floor. To the northeast lie the Scott and Seringapatam Reefs which are located on the same undersea platform. The group was named after Captain Rowley, who sighted Imperieuse Reef in 1800. It is believed that the Rowley Shoals reefs have been visited by fishermen from Indonesia, from at least the mid-18th century. The fishermen were also collecting or hunting for Trepang (holothurians or sea cucumbers), turtle shell, trochus shell and shark fin. These early visitors apparently knew the Rowley Shoals as Pulau Pulo Dhaoh. In later years, fishermen from Roti Island, south of Timor, also visited the Rowley Shoals, which they knew as Pulau Bawa Angin. The individual reefs were also given names, Mermaid being called Pulau Manjariti, Clerke Reef was Pulau Tengah ...
  • [email protected]***er-fish-tank-Marine-Corals[].mp4 Following the Aquaone 980 tank is this current 4x2x2 Marine Aquarium. 4x2x2 with 3x18x18" sump tank Skimmer/ bubble trap/ refugium / deep sand bed / return tank has been running since 2008 as you can see the corals and fish have grown a little. mainly LPS corals atm with no extra addatives. Yellow tang, clowns and clean up crew Trochus , hermit crabs. enjoy!
  • Rotifer Locomotion Video I collect this specimen from my aquarium. The video was captured from the eyepiece of Nexcope CM701 microscope at 100X with Tucsen 3.0MP CMOS microscope camera. This rotifer sometimes crawls like an inch worm. It uses the adhesive gland on both end of its body and stretch their body to move forward. Sometime it swims like a submarine. It moves the ciliates on trochus in helical motion to propel forward. My other rotifer video at 400x, it shows the movement of ciliates to feed itself. see more microscope fun projects at
  • Kraylen's Lab - Banded Trochus Snail Spawning! Caught one of my snails making ***y in my water.
  • 10 Gallon Nano Reef: Day 118 The nuisance red slime algae (cyanobacteria) is slowly going away. Some things i did to help this are frequent but not daily water changes because i was told by several local aquarium stores and hobbyists that doing daily water changes can actually help it grow. Other things were adding a hydor flow deflector to make more random flow in the tank which is supposed to help the red slime algae from settling on the rocks i guess? I also got some of this stuff called called Pura PhosLock which is supposed to be really good at getting rid of the red slime algae, but only time will tell. Picked up some more zoanthid frags at about 10 bucks a frag. or so. Got an "Onyx"/Black and White Ocellaris clownfish for $30 Found out what happened to Wafflez my female clownfish, and the nameless goby, turns out they jumped out of the tank, so for now i just have a piece of eggshell crating atop of the tank.. Got 3 more trochus snails, got rid of my old 2 blue legged hermits because they kept killing my other snails and stealing their shells. Replaced them with 5 more tiny blue legged hermits.
  • Trochus snail Trochus sp. snail eating algae
  • 30g reef sep 2009 Reef is a couple months old and I've added some frags. I have quite the hair algae forest, but I'm working on it. I had a cyano outbreak but its only one corner now, and in very small patches.
  • nano marine tank setup day 20 Tank is still cycling at day 20...just an update of my marine tank.. no fish just yet.. the only new addition of the tank are 2 banded trochus snails and 1 scarlet skunk shrimp.. the corals seems to be alright so far.. still havent done any water changes yet but really have to do very soon although the ammonia, nitrate & phosphate are at a very2 low level...
  • tyler's 12 gal aquapod reef tank devendra banhart 12 gallon reef tank sal***er at 2 months: torch coral, frogspawn, green star polyps, 1 striped mushroom. 12 lbs of live rock, 10 lbs o live sand. 2 clowns , 3 ***y shrimp , afew blue leg hermits , 1 astrella snail , 1 trochus snail, 1 peppermint shrimp ,
  • Reproducción Trochus