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mrdave

Bryopsis let the battle begin

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Well guys a little update on the bryopsis. 

All corals are doing well I face a little growth spurt and fish are far more active- thinking about it and speaking with @w3bbo this may be due to less matter in the water so less energy taken to swim and I have moved my pumps around. 

The Bryopsis is 90% gone 

this is deffinatly a treatment I would recommend 

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As the bryopsis dies off the hermits and tangs are ripping into it. 

Just changed filter socks and empties skimmer, good job Sarah wasn’t here they stunk to high heaven and were full of large lumps 

yum yum 

All parameters holding steady 

alk 12.6

ca 450

mg 1350

n03 2

p04 0.08 (thought that would be sky high)

sg 1.026

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Good job that pal. Congrats!

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Day 6 and it is completely gone. No signs of it what so ever. There has been very little algae on the glass and the corals have started a new growth spurt 

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