Anh's 125g Peninsula Tank

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Anhit, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. jonmos75

    jonmos75 Guest

    Ahn,

    I totally understand I actually have not heard of that algae so I googled it and found that video and Vivid has some descent advice....lol
     
  2. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    I had quite a bit of bryopsis till I added a one spot Foxface and a Kole Tang. In no time at all it was all gone!

    I much prefer a biological solution if at all possible. I really don't like the magic bottles of 'stuff' with no ingredients listed! :(
     
  3. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    I totally agree with you John. I have a magnificent in my qt tank waiting to be unleashed on the algae but i think i may having the worst of luck this time around. I looked earlier this morning and started to see a little cyano for the first time in this tank disturbing my aussie golden torch so i immediately went in there and blew the little inch patch off. Didn't really see it anywhere else though. But while i was searching i noticed alot of bubbles coming from the rocks and noticed some slimy algae on the frag plugs on the the frag rack. I think i may be hit with the trifecta this time with bryopsis, cyano and dino...... i thought i got away from dino when i started my new tank but i guess it hitch along for a ride.....very disheartening to say the least.
     
  4. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Hang In There. Keep up your routine and you will win. Don't sweat it or make any crazy drastic changes.
     
  5. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    I feel your pain Anh! Been battling the same issues recently...
     
  6. bluprntguy

    bluprntguy Webmaster

    Applying the magnesium supplement directly to the bryopsis will also help eliminate it. That keeps you from having to dose the entire tank with the insane amounts of magnesium that are required with the whole tank treatment approach. Your tank probably needs some magnesium anyway, might as well apply it to your bryopsis.
     
  7. 650-IS350

    650-IS350 Supporting Member

  8. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Thank everyone for all your help and encouragement! will start raising magnesium but i guess im lucky that the bryopsis or the dino doesnt really look to be out of control and probably just another algae cycle the tank is going through. I'll start really worrying when it sticks around for over a month or two. I love my sea hare by the way. It went to town on the GHA and now putting in work on the bryopsis and dino. I was going to return him to the store or give him to another fellow Bar member if they needed help with my tank. I dont think he signed up for overtime when he was placed in my tank but im for sure loving it. So he might be a permanent member of my tank. I even named him Shrek.
     
  9. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Not sure if u r aware, CUC could eat Dino and die... I lost couple of (good) snails to Dino!
     
  10. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Yea i had a turbo snail died but most of the other ones are still trucking along. I think its because its not a full on bloom...yet. I know how nasty dinos can get =( I expect to beat them this time since i didnt really try that hard last time on my old tank. I hope you're doing well on your battle nav!
     
  11. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Yup, very close to winning ;)


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  12. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Thanks to Nav's advice, I went out and brought some light filters to take pictures of my corals with my iphone 6. Hopefully you like the outcome.

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    ATL Shades of Fall

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    Tricolor (Purchased from fingerwrinkles)

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    Sean Bennett Yellow Tort

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    Pink Table Mille

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    Orange Digitata

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    ORA Birds of Paradise

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    Green Devil's Finger

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    Green Montipora

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    Purple Tip Hammer

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    Gold Mille?

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    Aussie Gold Torch

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    Pink Goniopora

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    Yellow Solomon Island Acro

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    Mr. Uglies Red Prostrata

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    Green Tip Hammer

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    Orange Setosa

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    Kryptonite Candy Cane

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    Hollywood Stunner (From Geneva but originally from another member of DBTC?)

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  13. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Tank looks great, Anh! (The frag of the Hollywood Stunner I gave you is from a LFS but I also have a small piece from DBTC......)
     
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  14. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Looks awesome. Not sure what color filter u used, oranges do best for the pop...

    I feel the Digi is more pink than orange :)
     
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  15. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Who'd you get mr. Ugly a red prostrata from? Nice old school bar coral!
     
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  16. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Mike i got it from, Mike! Lol! He's in Livermore and has a nice selection of corals. Found him on CL
     
  17. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

    Finally got a new camera so here comes some updated pictures!

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  18. Anhit

    Anhit Supporting Member

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