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Old 06-29-2005, 07:06 PM   #31
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Crap, I just wrote a long post about how my water temp fluctuation is the sole supplier as to why I have recently been dealing with Cyano myself. But accidentally hit F5 and wiped everything

Anyways...

I had a couple 72-86°F fluctuations, as a matter of fact....

...everything else is perfect. I just recently did waterchanges using RedSea salt, but cannot attribute it that. I also just recently added 440w of VHO lighting, but cannot attribute it to that either -- save for the added heat.

I am currently keeping the temps between 78-82°F but even that is showing on my fish and the other inhabitants. Algae loves the hot water.... Hopefully I can level this out soon.
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Schoeplein, Kudos to you. I agree with the chemical bit
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