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euphylin me

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  1. Sorry guys! I haven't been around too much. Life has been getting crazy. My nano has been getting some hair algae and i lost a coral or two because of it. For those who care, I got asked to become a travel soccer coach, so I had to take a course out in Cleveland (im in maumee). Im also planning my wedding (dont do it, its a trap!). In all honesty, I've been a little stagnant with my tank and i think that has caused me to put it on the back burner. When you stop buying things for your tank it gets easy to set it aside (for me anyways). I'm going to put more effort forth and dive back in!
  2. if its still available in a little while, i might be interested i just have too much going on right now to commit to a new set up but a biocube was in my scope
  3. just wondering, what makes you think you will not be able to keep them?
  4. i want to upgrade the office tank to like a 20-30g tank. I just like how smoothly it is running and dont want to mess anything up
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    Light Question

    ehhh, they put off a different spectrum than what is needed to get good growth. You'll have some growth with it for sure, but in order for chaeto to be effective your chaeto should be growing pretty fast. I had a $40 grow light from amazon that grew chaeto like a champ.
  6. yea, they can be finicky to acclimate but after that they are fairly easy. As stated, they can be harmed by pumps, overflows, and power heads. If you're looking for algae control i would try a lawnmower blenny. Or if the tank is big enough a yellow tang or just add some GFO and cut back feedings
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    Chalice ID

    could be a cherry/cherry garcia chalice. Without seeing the actual colors it is hard to tell
  8. my guess is crysophytes, i battled this stuff all over my display, PITA. then i used this product by seachem (phosguard) it helped remove silicates from the water which may have been the problem
  9. sounds like a good plan. after adding all the corals back i would run some fresh carbon to help. also plan on doing a decent water change soon after as rescaping will cause some die off. maybe consider splitting it into 3. like remove a third of the rocks and rescape, wait a day or two and do another third etc. this way there is not a huge die off
  10. yea me as well. They really load the tank with bubbles
  11. hmm...i guess im late to the party lol
  12. https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/micro-scrubbing-bubbles.224373/page-2 this is a very interesting thread. I have never heard of this but quite a few people are claiming clearer water and it helps with cyano and dino
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    Lps id

    My guess is neon green favia. However, I dont think the neon green has yellow markings.
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