No. It claims to leave the bacteria unaffected. It is a chemical algacide. Says it works on green hair algae and warn that it could kill off your macro algae in the fuge.Yea, I’m not going to use it, but do you know what it is? Maybe an antibiotic?
Agree with Salty, ostreopsis only. (Though there may be other cells in the system, worry only about the overwhelming type first.)I found this one cell that i couldnt find again that seemed to just move forward every 2secs. I figured it was amphidium but didnt get a vid of it.
not a terrible idea. you might even let this seeding occur in the dark to let the heterotrophs dominate the photoautotrophs.I’m thinking of even getting rock from Tampa bay live rock and use it in my sump to help start the tank again and help seed my current rock after I give it an acid bath. Im thinking if I’m careful, no unwanted hitch hikers will get in the display.
not really. maybe a video of cell movement?Can anyone ID this in my tank?
heres a videonot a terrible idea. you might even let this seeding occur in the dark to let the heterotrophs dominate the photoautotrophs.
however, it's nonsense to expect to get real live rock like TB stuff and think there aren't dinos in there. There's just a lot more great stuff.
not really. maybe a video of cell movement?
Typical of Din. Stuff is evil.So I just got home and found my clam dead. This stuff has killed all my sps and all but one lps and now my freaking clam that was doing so well. Anyone know how this stuff affects clams?