Green hair algea has made a home of the upper rocks and back glass. The urchincs seem to be enjoying it. I think I see a few spots of cyano
tryin to make a go of it. I hate that stuff.
I guess a good sign is that some spots of coraline are starting to appear on the glass and the live rock seems to be turning purple.
: 8.2 - 8.4
ammonia: either .25 or .5ppm - i cant friggin tell
Do these stats seem right after almost 3 weeks? I am off to do a 10g water change.
Is there anything I can do about the cyano
until i figure out a sump/fuge solution? Maybe I will get some cheato and put it and keep an eye on it. There are no fish to eat it so I would just have to keep it trimmed right?
Happy Turkey Day!