Well, things continue to go well in the tank. I upgraded the GFO
to ultra efficient GFO
. I'm continuing to watch to see if the sps
color up more, I think that my bird's nest is but I want to continue to watch since doing this has been spuratic at best...I decided that I needed to have a car payment since I finished the last one off several months ago. So that will push back upgrading the tank, but in the long run that is probably in my best interest.
I spent time cleaning up the sump some. Removed hair algae that was being pulled into the skimmer's pump and that started growing over the red bone grass. That stuff is still pretty awesome macro algae. Glad I bought it.
During this time, I moved the massive bird's nest to remove the byropsis that started growing behind it. In doing so, I found where all the eggs of the pyramid snails are. They are all over the dead insides of the bird's nest. Any thoughts on this? Think this should be something I do a coral dip for? Even if I dipped it, I don't see a good way of getting the eggs out of there...even being gentle with a toothbrush would cause me to break pieces off. I always accidently break chunks of it off. The thing is pretty large in the tank and there are just too many frags of it.