Salty Critter
  • Welcome


    The Cleveland Saltwater Enthusiasts Association (C-SEA) is a non-profit educational organization to promote the art and science of marine aquarology. General meetings are usually held on the third Friday of each month at 7:30 pm at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Education Building or the Primate and Aquatics Building.
  • The Octopus

    We are a diverse group of individuals, couples and families from all walks of life. We are young & old, rich & poor. We have varying levels of education, whether from formal means or that earned by experience. But, we have at least one thing in common -- we are "Saltwater Enthusiasts". We have a common zeal for building, populating, maintaining, nourishing and gawking at saltwater aquarium and reef systems. We are a group of fun-loving reef nuts that enjoy the prospect of having salt enter all our belongings. We fear not the prospect of water (trying mostly to keep it in our aquariums). We all have areas of special interest. Trying to propagate corals, breeding of fish or trying to learn a new method to keep parameters within norm. We all have stories to tell if there are some who would listen.

    Join us at our next meeting to see what we're all about -- it's FREE! For a nominal fee, you can also become a member for some added benefits.

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    DjTonTon's 265 Reef!

    Sorry to hear about your father.

    The tank does look good, I like the shelf rock. Lots of room for coral

    Renton777 12-22-2014, 11:51 AM Go to last post

    DjTonTon's 265 Reef!

    Sorry to hear about your father. Tanks looking good.

    TheSaint216 12-21-2014, 05:29 PM Go to last post

    DjTonTon's 265 Reef!

    I'm going to hang a sheet behind it to black it out. I don't really care for the paint I like to see from behind. But I just haven't had time to find

    Djtonton 12-21-2014, 02:07 PM Go to last post

    DjTonTon's 265 Reef!

    Sorry to hear about your dad. Never a good time,but itis a little harder when its around a holiday. Is there a reason you went with i clear back glass

    davesfish 12-21-2014, 08:54 AM Go to last post

    DjTonTon's 265 Reef!

    It's nice to see the tank full of water and with the aquascaping in place, good call on all of the table rock. Keep us updated on how you like the gyre

    Travenous 12-20-2014, 11:24 PM Go to last post