It's been slowly growing in the exact same places for about 3 months now.
Some of it also seems to resemble Bryopsis a tad... Is this bad? It's been there for months but it doesn't spread whatsoever.
The tank params:
Amm - 0ppm
Trite - 0ppm
Trate - very near 0pmm
Phos - 0ppm maybe 0.03ppm in the right light
PH - 8.0
Calc - 500ppm
- 7.9 dKH
Mag - no test kit
I use LFS RO
water for WC
's and top offs.
Up until a month ago, I used 25tds water.
I've now switched to 2tds water.
I've thought that maybe it's the original 'crappy' water which caused the growth and it'll just die off eventually by itself.
I run GFO
, Carbon and Purigen in a HoB
I yank out the thickest GHA every week during a w/c.
I'd say the growth in that picture is average weekly growth.
It's not spreading anywhere, just re-growing in the same place. Mainly on some Putty I used for the rockwork.
The tank is stocked with 1 juvenile Perc Clown, 1 Cleaner Shrimp, 2 Scarlet Hermits, 2 Banded Trochus Snails and 1 Turbo Snail which is smaller than both the Trochus'.
My college course finishes in a few weeks and I'll have time to focus on tackling this issue.
Any of you guy's sage advice would be appreciated.
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