Is BioCube glass or acrylic?
It’s glass, but ime it scratches pretty easy compared to other tanks I’ve had.
How many fish can you put in a BioCube 32?
Most BioCube Size 16 Aquariums should have three fish or fewer and BioCube Size 32 Aquariums should have five or fewer fish. There are a variety of invertebrates you can add to your BioCube. These include motile invertebrates such as shrimp, snails, and sea stars.
What is LPS coral?
LPS coral is the name given to the group of coral species that have a stony skeleton, made from calcium carbonate, and large fleshy polyps. Many of the popular LPS coral species look a bit like a cross between a small polyp stony coral and a soft coral.
How do I set up Biocube?
Through our complete guide, you will have a smooth running reef tank in no time!
- Step 1: Start Off Right with High-Quality Live Sand.
- Step 2: Load Up On Live Rock.
- Step 3: Set Up The Back Filter Chambers Correctly.
- Step 4: Wait and Let Your Tank Cycle.
- Step 5: Pick Out the Right Livestock.
How many gallons is a BioCube?
The Biocube comes in two sizes – either 16 or 32 gallons.
Can you grow coral in BioCube?
Pulsing xenia coral, also known as Pom pom coral, do great under low lighting conditions, making them a great choice for your BioCube aquarium. They are also easy to care for and grow fast. Xenia corals spread throughout aquariums, so you may have to frag and move them to a bigger tank.
How much light do LPS corals need?
Here at Piece of the Ocean, we use 100% LED lighting to grow all of our corals. Most LPS corals require medium to low light, so place them accordingly to your tank set up. If you want to be cautious, always start them in low light settings. In our experience, too much light can kill corals; too little does not.
Are LPS corals hard to keep?
These corals are very easy to grow and require less maintenance such as water changes, chemical adjustment, and temperature regulation, etc. Maintaining LPS over the long term is easier.