Is this with saltwater? pH is determined by alkalinity and carbon dioxide. If that pH is correct, you have a very large carbon dioxide problem in your house. How are you measuring pH?
Oh, and I see you're new, so WELCOME to R2R! #WelcometoR2R
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Fully agree with refractometer over hydrometer. The one other thing about equipment is that I prefer two heaters (in you case, 2 75W heaters) to having just one big one. The reason is that when one craps out....and it will....you'll at...
#WelcometoR2R!!! IMO you are better off waiting on the anemone for six months to a year to let the tank mature and the parameters fully stabilize. You may want to check out this YouTube series about how to set up a budget reef in a 10g tank:
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I have never kept jellies so I cannot really speak to the nutrition and I have not use the PJ method.
I would want to check out if it would be a sufficient food source first. Also will it produce enough to support you livestock. Also check out the thread from the maker...
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I do not think they make any for the doser specifically that I have seen. There are a few people that 3d print on the sight. I have used plain plastic stapping to mount mine in the past inside a wood cabinet.
#WelcometoR2R! Connecting the surface skimmer adapter to your skimmer will work to remove the film, but IME not particularly well. I used one for about two months before I gave up and went back to more agitation on the surface. One other items to consider is the Tunze Comline filters. Good...
...with no visible signs of illness or injury. Am I correct you recently added both to this tank with the clowns?
How long were they in there, and were they able to settle in at all? Just wondering if you saw them eat a lot prior to this.
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I have the hybrid which does not have a timer so cannot help there. I will say I had to get support from them before and their help was great, so I would trust it.
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#WelcometoR2R! Either a gyre or a powerhead could be a reasonable solution depending on what you are trying to accomplish. Do you need general flow, do you need to stir up detritus from collecting behind the rockscape, or is there another purpose? Additionally, what type of coral(s) do you...