Vorteil wrote:You cannot have just one tank. Totally impossible.Vorteil, you need your spouse to get into aquariums! Like this guy. All personal tanks between him and spouse. :)
You will come to a realization that there's something special about the opae ula like you have already. The desperation will start to set in on how to get or start another tank. I started with one like everyone else. My wife warned me not to add more tanks. That it always starts with one and before you know it there's too many. I just try to tell her the garage is my area. Same thing as my jars. Started with one and ended up with two. She saw the second one & throught WTF? No way can I add a 3rd but I have one ready. I'm trying to add a second rack in the garage. Granted a total of 6 tanks are for opae ula. The rest is for freshwater shimps that I'm experimenting with. An opae tank or jar is simple. No air, heater, feeding , filtration, or even light if you have an alternative source such as natural light. Once you set up your 2nd one it's all uphill from there.