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SF is a bit far for me.
Still looking for gracilaria!
Ecotech driver mount?
Ill take it if you ever come down to San Jose.
Ich attack is a herbal treatment and while it may suppress ich, it will not effectively kill the parasite.
It is used to manage ich, not to fully eradicate it. I would avoid it. At this time there is no known reef safe medication to eliminate ich....
Not yet, hopefully sometime this weekend.
If you are going with #3 here is a good read;
Thanks again for the doser!
Sorry I kinda went off topic haha.
IME pyrex is reef safe. I have used it for sand before and have a friend who is using it in his frag tank.
C. earlei generally stay under 4 inches but are - IME - less active swimmers than C. jordani, lubbocki, bathyphilus, etc which are more...
The only Cirrhilabrus wrasse I would recommend to a 40 gallon would be C. earlei.
All others will eventually outgrow the system.
Many wrasses in the genus Cirrhilabrus such as ones in the Cyanopluera, rubriventralis, and scottorum complexes will require a larger tank,...
Ah, Pseudocheilinops ataenia would be perfect then :).
You could go with Pseudocheilinus wrasses which don’t require sand and are great at controlling certain pests.