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Old 01-26-2015, 09:47 PM   #1
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Bacteria Film On Life Rock.....

So after researching over and over I have come to the conclusion that the white "Cobweb" type film is a bacteria film. I admit I was using Microbacter7 heavy on this real reef rock. Basically carbon dosing too much. I should have known better since I been reefing for years. None of my corals are affected but I do see this film on my live rock. Any way to get rid of it? It easily brushes off the rock but comes back. I have stopped dosing. Any Ideas?
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