A lot of testing is required when setting up a reef tank. The water conditions in your reef tank will determine whether it is going to be a successful set up of a reef tank. Special attention needs to be paid to the levels of all toxins when setting up a reef tank. However if you keep a close eye on the water condition and test it often (around every 3 to 4 days) then it can be very easily maintained. There are many products on the market which can help with controlling the levels of toxins and other things which affect the water condition. You just need to keep on top of it and you wont go wrong.
This is one of the coral tanks in our shop. It holds various different corals including: favias, favites, cloves, pussy corals, xenias, toadstools, mushrooms, asparagus tips.
Perrys Aquatic Centre
The Bungalow 6 Market Rasen Rd. Dunholme, Lincolnshire LN2 3QRPhone: 01673860727