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Old 05-09-2011, 09:42 PM   #1
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algae or seaweed what should i do?

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Old 05-09-2011, 09:46 PM   #2
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looks like hair algae. Nuisance algae.
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:49 PM   #3
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I agree, GHA. Lessen your photo period and cut down on feedings
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Agree,but did you notice in the picture that the candy cane or whatever the coral was in the first picture has new growth.Look middle ways of the dead parts of the coral and you will see the rebirth.
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looks like hair algae. Nuisance algae.
That's what I was thinking but it all most looks like blades of grass and is not slimy at all hard to get a good pic
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What was the coral frogspawn or Duncan?
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I still think it's HA, mine looked just like that
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That's what I was thinking but it all most looks like blades of grass and is not slimy at all hard to get a good pic
I've never seen slimy hair algae. I still say hair algae based on that description.
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Agree,but did you notice in the picture that the candy cane or whatever the coral was in the first picture has new growth.Look middle ways of the dead parts of the coral and you will see the rebirth.
Yea have no clue what that is but they are popping up all over that piece of dead coral really cool
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looks liek hair algae. keep your phosphates low and get a good hermit crab crew to chow down on it.

are you using RO water
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