- Apr 4, 2020
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Filter floss is cheaper than air, I bought a massive roll years ago for $10. I’ve got 7 tanks and they all use the floss, Im only about halfway through now.
Yes they will, but OP also needs to choose a fish they like so they can keep it long term. Heavy feeding will do a lot more for the nutrient levels than adding another small fish willThe fish I poated have a little more bioload so it will benefit the no3 and p04 more
Ok, that’s good. It’s not one of the really problematic algae.My snails and hermits but not very quickly. Nearest LFS are all at least 1 hr away
No one reacted on these figures?KH = about 140
GH = 180
Yeah they were saltwater/fereshwater strips. API too. I bought them a while ago and I didnt realize they werent always reliable. Im almost out anyways so im gonna buy something better.If it is 140 mg/L as CaCO2 - your right it is around 8 in KH. Because the reading of GH - I assume that there is strips for freshwater involved.
I think your problem is 0 NO3 and 0 PO4
They need nutrients.
+1 on both of these. I like the red sea narate pro test kit for nitrates.I wouldn't dose nitrates without a better kit. I also wouldn't dose phosphate without using an Hanna Ultra Low checker. Others will disagree, I'm sure.
Can you show a picture of them? Have you got new test kits to accurately check parameters?#reefsquad its a new day. but now i think the xenia is dead, it seems to be falling apart. I think its dead does anyone know anything that might be going on? The zoa is still closed but it doesnt look like its dying or anything, its just closed, still has color. The cypha i also got has already started growing again so at least thats good. I was wondering if I should dip the corals maybe? One last shot?