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Old 01-03-2008, 02:02 PM   #11
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After manually pruning my HA, I got some turbo grazer snails that did an amazing job. I could see a difference hour to hour. My grazers are now about 3 times larger that when I got them (18-20 months ago) and still thriving on the rocks and glass. I haven't seen any HA in quite some time.
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I'll tell ya, my blue leg hermits DESTROY any algae that hits my tank. My LR centerpiece had TONS of red macro algae..all gone. I put a big hunk of zoos in, the rock was covered with hair algae...gone in two days. Put a Chiton in that was covered in hair algae, gone in 1 hour. Put a small coco tube worm in with some fan calupera on it...GONE
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