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Old 04-04-2014, 08:16 PM   #11
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This is a FOWLR system. The nutrients that the cyano is feeding off of could be coming in from the use of tap water as well. Is this the water that you are using, or are you using ro/di water? What is your water change schedule like, weekly/bi-weekly?
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You can keep good water quality in an overstocked tank just requires more maintenance. I also wouldn't consider a clown to be that much of a bioload.

For a 10g tank, they are. You can keep good water quality, of course.
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