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Greg's Aquarium

This aquarium is **SOLD**. Due to my travel schedule in the coming months I had to get rid of the fishtank. The contents will be frozen for a while. The live screen shots won't be updated and the live video obviously won't work any more.

Current water conditions:
Chart: day week

It's been a while but I'm finally getting around to doing more with this page. All the pictures of the current aquarium residents are fairly new. The only current residents are a Desjardin Tang and a pair of Percula Clownfish. Click on the thumbnail to see a full-sized version of the photo.

I recently installed an AquaController II system to monitor my aquarium. Current graphs of the data are shown above.


I added a Red Sea Desjardin Tang in December 2000. Within a couple weeks I noticed that the fish's beautiful fins were starting to "deteriorate". Notice the pictures below. The first picture was taken only a couple days after I got the fish.

Please let me know if you have any ideas or suggestions on what to do to correct the condition.

The latest diagnosis is that this fish is suffering from Lateral Line Disease and Hold in Head Syndrome. Fortunately those are treatable and treatment has begun. Cross your fingers.
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The latest resident is this Red Sea Desjardin Tang (I think) added in 12/2000.
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In this recent (1/2001) picture you can see significant deterioration of the fins.
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This latest (4/2001) picture shows major fin and scale damage.
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Percula Clowns 28.8K RealVideo stream
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1.5MB QuickTime video
Aquarium-Cam Live Video Stream
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Live shot of the tank. There might not be much to see if the light is off.
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A recent shot of the entire tank. Not a spectacular setup, but works for me for now.
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Closeup shot of one of the Percula Clowns
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Another nice shot of both Percula Clowns
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The latest resident is this Red Sea Desjardin Tang (I think) added in 12/2000.
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I did't realize how it would blend with my live rock when I saw it in the store..
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So far everyone seems to be getting along.
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One of the Blue-legged Hermit Crabs I just got to help clear up my algae problem.
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Another shot of one of the hermit crabs.
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The best shot I've been able to get so far of one of the snails that I bought along with the hermit crabs to deal with my algae.
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I was pleasantly surprised to find this weird critter in my tank. I don't know where it came from, but a book I have says this is a Spaghetti Worm.
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This shot shows how large the tentacles are. They seem to be able to extend about 6 inches.
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Mystery Critters...

I think this thing on the glass is a young limpet.
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I'm not sure but this might be a Feather Duster. If you know for sure please contact me.
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I think this pink worm is a Bristleworm but if not please contact me.
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I think this white ball is a sponge.
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Old pictures, mostly previous residents. R.I.P.
Pseudochromis 28.8K RealVideo stream
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Orange-Spotted Goby 28.8K RealVideo stream
5.3MB QuickTime video
Arrow Crab 28.8K RealVideo stream
780KB QuickTime video

A closeup shot of my Pseudochromis, one of the few times he comes out of his hiding place.
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They normally avoid each other, but here is the Pseudochromis and my Percula Clowns
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My Orange-spotted Goby hanging out in the sand
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My Orange-spotted Goby with a face full of sand
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On 6/3/1999 I added an Arrow Crab to my tank. He's very shy and hiding behind some rocks.
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Another slightly better shot. I'll post more once I get better shots.
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An even better shot now that he's not so shy any more.
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The following are some REALLY old pictures...

Here is a slightly fuzzy shot of one of the two Percula Clown fish
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Now this is just an awful picture of the Blue Damsel. I had to manipulate the image a lot just to make it show up in the blue background.
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The very colorful Royal Gramma
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A decent shot of my Arrow Crab
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Here one of the Clowns is hanging out with the Cleaner Wrasse
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Here the one big happy family (well, 4 of them at least) all hanging out in one corner.
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Greg's Marine Aquarium
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27-Sep-2008 13:05
outstanding pictures I have clowns as well they are great fun. I've started a blog about them http://hubpages.com/hub/Fish-Tank-Supplies
14-Nov-2007 10:45
ReefBuzz.com was here!!
15-Oct-2004 16:21
I'll be in chicago for 4 days in 10 days, wher can i find a good protein skimmer (i'm looking for a etss 800)
thanks from paris

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