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Old 01-11-2008, 07:30 PM   #31
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Simple way to get rid of cyano....Increased PWCs, siphon the cyano out, reduce feeding, lighting. I feed my tanks every other day. I also run my lights for 10 hours....but key is PWCs. That is the quickest and easies way to knock it out.

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Released the tang last night, he was immediatly pounced on by my new cleaning shrimp and was literally held down seemingly against his will and cleaned. The little guy really didnt seem to sure about the whole process which made it all the more enjoyable to watch, the shrimp was in complete control! Today when i got back from school he was zooming around the tank and his spots look 100x better. Cleaning shrimp was the best investment to the tank yet!

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