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Old 07-20-2010, 06:23 PM   #11
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Seahares knock out algae REALLY fast.
Yea, but then they usually starve and die. They need a ton of algae to live. They are nice if you can get them on loan from your LFS. I wonder if they would eat something like this:
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yeah we got one basically on loan.. well we paid 12 dollars for him and we returned him 3 weeks later for 6... but he sure did the job!
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yeah we got one basically on loan.. well we paid 12 dollars for him and we returned him 3 weeks later for 6... but he sure did the job!
If I had that option available to me when I was battling HA, I would have taken it in a heart beat.
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I've seen the loaning process on some smaller regional forums. Basically a reef club where one person bought it and passes it on (at cost) to the next person needing it.
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