February 3rd, 2001 / Saturday / 1:00 PM
The Sebae anenome was unfortunately sucked up by a powerhead. I think I will leave anenomes alone for a while until the tank is further settled - they move around a lot and from what I've read, most are difficult to keep.
February 4th, 2001 / Sunday / 1:00 PM
Water change today of 25%. There was a trace ammonia level in the tank. I will cut down on feeding for a few days. Added a Hammer Coral from Reef Science, Euphyllia ancora. This is a beautiful green tipped coral that is very hardy.
February 8th, 2001 / Thursday / 2:00 PM
The tank continues to have moderate algae problems. It is my understanding that a lot of this is due to the tank still being in its early stages. In addition to green algae very quickly covering the glass after wipe-downs, I have the following other types of algae growing in the tank:
February 16th, 2001 / Friday / 1:00 PM
Ammonia is down to 0. Added three new corals this week:
February 18th, 2001 / Sunday / 5:00 PM
Added a new fish and three new corals from Reef Science and Aquarium Concepts. The latter has now introduced a few new short and wide tanks for coral inventory presentation.
February 20th, 2001 / Sunday / 5:00 PM
Added a pink/white Scleronephthya coral from T&T's in San Jose, CA.
February 23rd, 2001 / Friday / 3:00 PM
Went to Reef Science. Added three green Chromis fish, a nice piece of live rock covered in orange polyps, and a red chili soft coral, Alcyonium.
February 27th, 2001 / Tuesday / 6:00 PM
Performed 10% water change today.