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Old 07-30-2013, 01:38 AM   #11
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Depending on the brightness of the moonlights I would have those set to turn off after bed... total darkness is good too, lets everything rest and the other life like copepods like dark best, especially down the road when you get corals that extend feeder tentacles at night. Just my opinion.
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I don't want to discount your helpful LFS but remember they are the people who sell you stuff! The advice on here is not only free but no one is out to make money. If you don't already grab yourself some test kits so you can monitor your own water. Post results here if you are usure of anything
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Update on my Zoanthid!

There was nothing wrong with my water parameters! My LFS asked me to bring in a sample of my water and tested everything for free!
After watching my zoa for a while, I noticed red algae was growing in between the polyps! Once I got some tweezers and cleaned it, all of the polyps opened!
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