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- Jun 5, 2016
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Thing is, I might eventually throw in a mushroom or two eventually. Or rather, some type of not too fragile coral. I guess I'll have to think about it then ;PBeing its a shark tank you wont have to be so concerned if the scrubber removes most of the phos... now if you go with coral. Ive found my tank has done sonmuch better, lps and sps now that the gfo is gone and i only skim and change water.on the note of a skimmer, in a tank like that thats the one thing i wouldnt skimp on
Having worked with biochemistry so long I honestly found it surprising that people are so eager to remove phosphates in tanks. I had just assumed that the only reason they did so was because they didn't want algae. Otherwise I can't see why people wouldn't want phosphate in the water, it's food for a lot of things.