I'm enjoying the leaves blowing off the trees from my window. Fall is a great time of year. It's a time for hot soup, hikes,last minute camping, and mapping my aquarium for PAR.
|My kid had a stare off over who would become Alpha. She will be a great leader.|
Nature outside isn't the only thing that has been changing. The corals have been growing. The sea anemone has gotten quite large. Down below you can see a zoanthid that has grown from its pedestal. They are slowly spreading across the aquarium.
|Lone polyp. Had to move the colony because the sea anemone was growing too fast and was stinging them.|
|How big the green anemone has grown compared to the red where its size used to be|
I've had a lot of success with the corals because I knew where to put them that the light would benefit them the most.
|Using a MQ-510 to map my aquarium with some Montiporas|
It didn't take too long to be able to map the aquarium. I was able to put the corals where they would best survive.
|Our Mapped Aquarium's numbers|
From time to time I have to go to our local aquarium to get inspiration on the best ways to make our corals and plants look great. I often bring my two best researchers.
|My boy trying to make a wolf eel face next to a wolf eel.|
|Daughter trying to figure out how a sea turtle can sleep like that|
I'm working more and more to get my corals to look a lot like this. I just wanted to say again, that although I sell PAR meters that are used by aquarium experts, I am still relatively new to the hobby. I appreciate any advice anyone reading this can give me.
|Me diving with a shark at St. Maarten and enjoying the reef|