I am a reefkeeper (just 3 years now) and a biologist studying dinoflagellates. I saw a number of active threads here where people were struggling with dinos blooms in their tanks. If you have dinos you've probably already spent many hours reading about them online so I won't reiterate info I see everywhere, but I do want to stress that dinoflagellates are an incredibly diverse group of species and your dino might be a wildly different species than the one someone else is fighting with. I think this is why the reefkeeping community has had such a hard time finding a simple solution. What works for one person may not work for others since there are big species differences (rasing pH for example). I'd like to help ID you dino species. if you can post a picture of your dino from a microscope or jewelers lens I might be able to ID it for you. I'm hoping people will be able to start talking about which species of dino they have rather than just using the term dino. If you mail me a sample of your dino I can also ID it and it would give me a chance to grow some in the lab for experimentation. I have some videos posted on youtube of two of the 4 species I've identified in many peoples tanks. I'll post more videos if I get more dinos in the mail.