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To me this appears to be dinoflagellates, which I have suffered from in the past. What corals and fish do you have?
I can see what looks like one of those wave bars? What else have you got for in tank circulation? Is it possible to see a whole tank shot!
The best way to beat dinoflagellates is with a total blackout (not just lights off but tank covered up too) for 10 days or so, together with heavy skimming - dosing KZ coral snow can help too, as it clumps the brown crud together so it can be skimmed out better. Also, what salt are you using? I found that switching from an evaporated salt to a synthetic salt helped too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
If it was Dinoflagellates I would also expect to see it in the SPS tank as they are linked didn't you say ?
Looks to me like excessive nutrients, maybe you are getting false readings, increase water changes and see if it goes away. Also how old and what lights are you using? If T5 bulbs might need changing.
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