Growth patterns,proof of life.

Discussion in 'SPS Corals' started by Corailline, Jun 2, 2012.

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  1. ingtar_shinowa

    ingtar_shinowa Giant Squid

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    I only put one in the frag tank but am going to purchase some more tomorrow. I have about 6 in my DT and they mowed it down like grass.I also did some manual removal and have been doing extra WC's and swapping the GFO once a week.It is almost completely gone .Still one or two small patches but my Emeralds are definitely eating it.

    A few personal observations about Emeralds. I have noticed over the years that female crabs(for the most part) are much less aggresive then Male crabs.It is also important to note that once the bubble algae gets over a certain size the Emeralds have a harder time eating it.It is necessary to manualy remove as much as possible especially the larger ones and the Emeralds take care of the rest.It is also important to purchase the smallest crabs you can find for some reason they seem to really go to town on it.Sorry to derail your thread Cheryl.;)
     
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  7. Corailline

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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    I think I can actually hear your foot tapping, lol.