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Old 03-03-2011, 04:16 PM   #11
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Old 03-03-2011, 04:20 PM   #12
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ok, it looks like I have my work cut out for me. Thanks everybody.
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It wont be too differcult on a small tank just keep doing your water changes and it will be fine!!
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Good and bad.. Good: corraline algae!!! Keep lighting high and you will get more. Bad: hair I think?? It is bcuz of phosphates, overfeeding, overstocking, etc. Do pwc's and they will hopefully go away. Never, and I repeat NEVER use chemicals that have copper unless mr. X or someone with knowledge of fish and corals with a little bit of common sense tells you to. Also just in case anyone didn't know.... Never ever put tangs in nano reef.. Someone who lives near me put one in a 2.5 nano?!?!?!?! They need about 6 ft of swimming room.. I have said what I needed to say. Sorry for such a long post.lol
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I got a algae blenny - decent size, 4 inches- and a average size yellow tang and both have been putting a number on my hair algae. The tang takes a good amount away here and their but the algae blenny munches on the algae with great results.

- 40g fowlr(for now), fluval 405 canister, p skimmer, pwr head, 30 pds LR, I have a bi color shrimp, yellow tang, 2 blue damsels, turbo snail, small hermit crab, Ocellaris clownfish, algae blenny, fire fish
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