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This is a tenuis so it's a decent grower.
When first mounted on the rocks on 6/5/17.
Approximately 6 months later on 12/18/17.
Released in Feb. 2008 and back in the era of the D70. It's an older camera for sure but should still be able to snap decent pics in the right...
Mine is sitting in the middle of the tank, 4 inches below the MP10 running at 100%. PAR is ~350.
It's very similar to the lineaged WD piece from what Vincent and I can tell. The phone is just horrible at picking up the colors.
Only if it's not removed by mechanical filtration or via skimmer.
More along the lines of keep an eye on it. There really hasn't been any long term implications of using lanthanum for phosphates other than it...
Lanthanum is used for phosphates so I'm guessing that it's coming from the Nopox.
Usually due to too much flow where the tissue is ripped from the skeleton. Try diverting the flow or move the trumpet.
Iodine and lanthanum are high on both tanks. Are you dosing iodine without measuring and using lanthanum chloride to bind and remove phosphate?...
Hmm, you could probably do something like that with IFTTT, but I've got no real world experience with that.
They expel their zooanthellae which gives them that highlighter look. Corals for the most part rely on zooanthellae to provide them with the...
It's probably a good thing that you didn't buy the mushroom, Mark. Most hi-lighter pink mushrooms are just bleached shrooms.
I saw someone with a brown version of the pack at a cafe in the middle of nowhere.
Everybody is traveling with their dogs nowadays. It's the new trend.