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Old 09-13-2011, 10:30 AM   #11
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in that pic its just whire blobs this stuff is red
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If it's not rock solid then it's most likely not coralline. :-(
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well its not raised from the glass its totaly flat.. any ideas what it could be if its not coraline
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just try and scrape it off and see
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iv not tried its just a red mist like stuff on the back glass
Sounds more like a normal algae growth to me. If so, lights and/or overfeeding would be the first guess as to cause.
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