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Here's my 23 gal and 7gal both over 3yrs old
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Hi Nicholas
What’s your setting for the 7gal ? Looks great and very clean. I have a 7 gal too but the corals are not very happy usually after few months or one year.
I only have a small filter, air pump, circulation pump, heater, lights and auto top up distilled water. No sand as I am struggling with cyano especially in the summer. Once a year I have to remove all rocks and brush the red cyanobacteria.
Do I need a skimmer or to dose some nutrients?
I gave corals food once a week. Maybe it’s not enough?
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Here's my 23 gal and 7gal both over 3yrs old
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I love the hammer/euphillia garden!! I’d love a frogspawn for my 20g but unfortunately with my hammer on the brink of death as I type that I don’t think that’s coming any time soon unfortunately. At the minute death has piled itself onto me, guess I’ll show photos of what is successful at the minute!!
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And the dying hammer… no idea what it is unfortunately.
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I love the hammer/euphillia garden!! I’d love a frogspawn for my 20g but unfortunately with my hammer on the brink of death as I type that I don’t think that’s coming any time soon unfortunately. At the minute death has piled itself onto me, guess I’ll show photos of what is successful at the minute!!
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And the dying hammer… no idea what it is unfortunately.
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yeah thats the sad part of keeping Euphillya.. they tend to get BJD and then its over..
I did the opposite thing.. one almost died is now coming back to live..
theres up's and down's in this hobby..
 

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yeah thats the sad part of keeping Euphillya.. they tend to get BJD and then its over..
I did the opposite thing.. one almost died is now coming back to live..
theres up's and down's in this hobby..
Unfortunately I don’t know what to do with BJD, my 4’ tank has several LPS corals in there (Torch, Frammer and a Duncan). I’ve never had to face BJD in the LFS so I don’t know how to cure it or even if it can stay in the tank and take out other LPS I add in the future.
 
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