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i'm in mars,just outside pittsburgh
maybe the clowns.
i have 4 54watt t5's over a 55 gallon tank.1st i had uvl bulbs,then geisman,now coralife.they were all the same accept coralife was'nt as bright.i'm...
i think you use vinegor on it but double check
PA carry permits are recognized by 23 other states now.i got mine just so i could transport my pistol to an from the range without hastle
its to long but change it slowly.maybe closer to 9 hours
my brown one ate all the hair algae then started on my green star polyps.if a brown one does'nt do it then maybe its not gha
trade the liverock with the zoos on it to a store for the same size liverock thats clean.
they usually come in with algae like chaetto or caulerpa.thats where they breed
mushrooms,zoos,toadstools,green star polyps,lobo brains,nepthia,colts,any leathers,duncans,cabbage corals,xenia.
large brown polyps have lines from the center to the edge.they get about an inch across
lol,i wonder if its pregnant
some eat coral an some just keep multiplying till they cover the coral.use flatworm exit if they get bad.it worked for me
i have a 29gallon sump for my 55gallon display.i have just liverock and chaetto in it.my chaetto doubles every month.i have a very old 40watt pc...
i think pavona is easiest.you can grow it in a soft coral tank
also it may be a stomatella snail.if its a stomatella snail its good.i could'nt see it well enough
i read an article about using xenia for a filter vs algae and algae won by a land slide in their experiment.sponge may work better so long as it...
looks more like a peanut worm
maybe its too hot
i lowered the water level by a third.then i over dosed my tank with flatworm exit.the bristle worms fell out of the holes in the rock and i netted...
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