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Old 09-25-2005, 09:48 PM   #1
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grape algae reboot

My new tang didn't eat when I got him home and he died shortly later. Anyways, last week my grape caulerpa exploded because the tang disappeared after he died and I couldn't get new salt water thanks to Rita. So today I took out every rock and scrubbed off all the algae I could see and replaced it. I did a 15% change, reaquascaped and everything looks good now. I'll check the chemistry for the next few days and get some standby water. Any other suggestions?
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