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Old 06-24-2015, 02:23 PM   #1
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Dragons breath macro

Anyone had any experience with keeping dragons breath macro algae? I haven't seen much info on it online....


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Old 06-24-2015, 05:44 PM   #2
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Lots of flow is what it likes. I tried it, but it got blown off the rock it was on. Pretty, but not the best for nutrient export.
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moderate flow along with moderate light ,placement is bottom to mid level , it grows at a steady pace , so monthly trimmings may be needed, if you have herbivores they will snack on it ,

By the way where did you find dragons breath , I've been looking for it for a long time ,
the guy I buy my macro's from gets only small amounts and sells out fast before I even know he got some ,
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I got it off eBay sitting in the sump atm until I glue it to the rock. I like the colours of it going by what you say I doubt it will last long with a tang and a fox face!


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If you can keep it growing in the sump , you may be able to keep a extra supply If you have a good light over your sump, when ones gone just add another
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