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I manually mix for one tank. The other I'm switching over to the Triton method.
I'll take him!
Specifically my Trochus are covered in algae, but my conchs are spotless. Perhaps the conchs are spotless because they sometimes bury...
Indo golds aren't near as bright as Aussie Golds. It's a big difference.
Bruce Spiegelman posted a new thread.
Why do my snails get covered in multiple types of algae (Gha, bubble), but my other shelled inverts do not?
I'm actually not a huge fan of that Chalice. You can tell it's photographed under extreme acintics. That means under normal lighting...
I get pieces all the time. Be happy to set one aside for you. Maybe we can get Ashburn to taxi it between us at some point. :)
Aussie Torches. Not manipulated images but shown under just the right lights.
A non-clam eating, reef safe Christmas Wrasse ate him. That was followed up by my Zoa garden eating Blue Tang
Post that you're looking for one on the 916 Facebook Saltwater board. There's a couple regular sellers there that have them available...
And the plant needs water.
Who spends that kind of m,oney on a gorgeous tank and then just tosses in an ugly piece of egg crate?
It's a fast grower so I'd rather wait on the clean stuff.
So that's kind of the thing -- at least after a year of use they don't seem too. It has been recommended for years to change them every...