Dino or Cyano

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I dont know, what it is and how remove it. Cleaned rocks every day. But it comes back.
Tank 40 gal 9 month old.
Temp 24
Salnity 1.025
Ph 8.04
Kh 6.1
Nitrates 20 ppm
Phospate 0 ppm
Lamp is on for 8h a day
Feeding 1x a day with flakes and 1x or 2x a week feeding with frozen food

IMG_20240522_174533.jpg
 

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I dont know, what it is and how remove it. Cleaned rocks every day. But it comes back.
Tank 40 gal 9 month old.
Temp 24
Salnity 1.025
Ph 8.04
Kh 6.1
Nitrates 20 ppm
Phospate 0 ppm
Lamp is on for 8h a day
Feeding 1x a day with flakes and 1x or 2x a week feeding with frozen food

IMG_20240522_174533.jpg
Pic a little dim and blurry but may be staining versus cyano. Try blowing off with a turkey baster and it likely will not dislodge
 

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Maybe bether picture.
Looks like a type of coralline known as burgany coralline causing stain effect and can be chipped off with ice pick but desired by many for its color
 

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