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Old 02-12-2012, 09:05 PM   #11
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Mr.x replied to my thread and said weekly water changes and cut back to feeding every few days. I'm using Astra snails and hermit crabs they kept it from getting out of control.
Yeah that.
Also, Google "raising magnesium levels to kill Bryopsis".
Another thing you can do is implement a refugium or a turf scrubber.
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I have 10 snails n my 55g they clear a decent amount.
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Old 02-12-2012, 09:11 PM   #13
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Mine are lazy.
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Old 02-12-2012, 09:15 PM   #14
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Mr X, my stuff is hair algae. Will this magnesium thing still work?
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Bryopsis IS hair algae.
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Oooooo okay because the stuff that came up on google looked like a mini fern. Okay okay okay
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Bryopsis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bryopsis is a large group of algae.
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Bryopsis is a large group of algae.
Okay now that makes sense. I feel dumb lol
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Okay now that makes sense. I feel dumb lol
No worries. You are doing fine.
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I our two emrald crabs in my tank and a week later it was gone I knew they ate bubble algae but did not think they ate hair algae so it was ither a coincidence or they ate it
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