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Welcome to the friendly forum.All good things to those that wait: as Hannibal Lecter said, and it's the same with fishkeeping.I'm rejuvenating a tank that has had live rock since 1996, and I'm still going through the nitrogen cycle, unfortunately, it's an inevitability as with freshwater but the stakes are slightly higher.One of the things that you need to keep an eye on imho, is the quality of your new water coming into the tank.I would seriously consider a RODI (reverse osmosis unit with de-ionising resin chamber after it, I'm putting two resin chambers after mine).Everything depends on water quality, I recently found out, and that doesn't necessarily mean perfect, but not adding bad elements with your saltwater mix/top up water.There's loads of info here, and you won't be reproached if making a gaffe (i've made a few as some will tell you but not had the proverbial taken out of me, yet)
Hi All,Can you please verify this is (NOT) Red Slime Algae. This is my first marine aquarium and just started. Already under Bryopsis attack and yesterday treated with Blue Life USA Flux Rx.This morning I spotted this and hoping its not red slime algae Your time will be much appreciated!
It does look like Cyano, can you tell us more about the tank?Size, Set up, Lights, Latest Test Paramaters Clean up Crew? Type and number if any
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