I wasn't rushing - I just wanted feedback about caring for a BTA at this point. That's why I'm asking.
The comments I made about getting new lights, UV
, and extra lighting for the 'fuge are neccessary with or without a BTA. I want my nitrates as low as possible either way. That means fewer PWC
's and better overall water quality.
There aren't many articles out there specifically on caring for anenome's, and so I'm here asking. I'm weeks away from doing anything because I'm going on vacation next week.
I do have a fuge with 10 pounds of LR
rubble and chaetomorpha, just increased lighting on it. The chaeto hasn't been very productive so far.
Yeah, there are numerous fishes in the tank, but all but a couple are under an inch at the moment. Only the parrotfish, the yellow tang, and the coral beauty are bigger than an inch. The damsel, basslet, clowns, blenny, and pajamafish are all around an inch or less.
Am I wrong in thinking that's not a very heavy of a bioload for a 75g tank with about 15 gallons of sump/fuge?