Price drop! Coralife Lunar Aqualight 30" fixture. Comes with 4 T5 bulbs and 2 LED moonlights.
BRAND NEW and never used. I won it at the LEAR frag swap in a raffle. The fixture does not fit any of my aquariums so I'm selling it. Brand new on Amazon this light goes for $250.
If you have any questions please send me a message. Thank you
I had these guys working in my system for over two years, they DESTROYED my turf algae problem and I’ve just kept them around now for the last year and half. These guys are around 4” or the whole palm of your hand.
From Live Aquaria:
he Shortspine Urchin, or Rock Burrowing Urchin, has an oval to round black body covered with hundreds of uniform, reddish-orange spines. Typically found in the back reef, this night-dwelling algae cleaner is known to burrow small niches in carbonatic rocks (dead corals) to hide.
The Shortspine Urchin requires ample hiding places and sufficient room in which to forage in the home aquarium. It generally hides in caves during the day, though it may make a burrow in thick substrates. At night, it comes out to graze on algae, moving about by its suctorial podia that are aligned in five doubled rows.
The aquarium should include large amounts of live rock on which it can graze. Rock formations need to be stable and able to withstand the burrowing movement of the Urchin wedging itself in crevices.
Shortspine Urchins are generally solitary, but will tolerate others of its own kind. It is sensitive to high levels of copper-based medications and will not tolerate high nitrates. Poor water quality will cause it to lose its spines.
If there is insufficient algae for it to graze on, the diet should be supplemented with dried seaweed.
This robust terminal box allows up to six switches to be easily connected to the I/O port of the Neptune Apex aquarium controller. Unlike similar input boxes from Neptune, mine features heavy duty spring terminals, with a separate common terminal for each input. This is very important, as a shared screw terminal becomes very unwieldy when you try to shove six wires into one small hole.
5 foot cable.