Healdsburg

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Healdsburg is a two year old pico (less than 5 gallon) reef tank named after the small town of Healdsburg, California. Originally started as a quarantine tank, later re-purposed as full blown reef tank, this tank mostly house various zoanthids corals commonly called as “zoa garden”. Other than zoanthids and palythoas, it also houses a ricordia mushroom coral. This tank does not house any fish or invertebrates.

Residents

Corals

  • More than a dozen different types of zoanthids and palythoa sunny d
  • Ricoridia ricordia
  • Monitpora capricornis

Invertebrates

  • Trochus snail  trochus snail

Critters

  • Bristle worm
  • Asterina star asetrina star
  • Copepods, amphipods

Details

  • Tank: 2.6G Fluval spec 3
  • Age: 2 years

Equipment

  • Light: Kessil a80
  • Pump: Rio 80
  • Heater: aqueon 50 watt, preset.
  • Filter: AquaClear 20

Spend: 600$ (USD)

Maintenance

  • 80-90% water change once every two weeks
  • Twice a week feeding: Pinch of reef roids.

Check out nano reef build thread of healdsburg for its detailed month by month history with photos.