In The Kitchen

Amazing 125 US Gallon Reef Aquarium

Amazing 125 US gallon/500 liter reef aquarium is an awesome display of hard and soft corals with a variety of marine vegetation. Lighting consists of one 5600° K, 175 watt metal halide lamp and two actinic 03 lamps. Filtration is accomplished by having two large protein skimmers feed a trickle filter with three cu. ft. of Super BI OX®.

This magnificent display is 100% Marine Environment® dual phase formula™. 15% water changes are made every two weeks. MARINE VITA-PEP™ and MARINE GREEN™ are added every two weeks between water changes.
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In the last issue of “Take the Heat” I described a self proclaimed Internet aqua-guru that offered statements and ‘opinions‘ that reflected his less than GED mentality. Apparently, he offended the majority of others in the chat room with a variety of other remarks. He was singled out in a friendly aol chat room ballot as “Jerk of The Year 1999″. When he received word of his… award, he was very upset. He told the chat room “…goodbye.” But, like a revenue agent or nasty rash, he will not go away.

The latest performances by the same individual defy intelligence. Within a few days of his return, he stated in the aol Pets Fish chat room the following… 1)”Sea horses are the most difficult fish to keep.” When I read this I though of a 13 year old that is currently breeding sea horses. 2) He then admitted to over dosing his reef tank with Tropic Marin® calcium and his aquarium water was now milky. This is a classic example of misinformation that is offered by wannabe’s on the net.