Wow! Thanks for the great suggestions! I must admit that I already removed a good portion (10-20%) last week as I am fighting cyano
like the dickens. I've lost alot through manual removal of large patches.
So, is it not recommended to mix some live sand with the southdown in this situation? I'm not sure how "live" the LFS
version is, however. Maybe seed with some sand from an established reef?
How do all those things live with your trigger? I've known triggers to kill just about everything that can't kill them.
Well, I got him as a youngster and keep him very well fed. So far, he looks at the cleaners as beneficial (he's always in line for a cleaning) and he did taste test all my corals in the begining, but not since. I keep a close eye on him. I may seperate him out and start a new FOWLR
after he gets a little bigger. For now, my Yellow Tang does a good job of keeping him in line