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Easiest way is to drill a hole just below the surface on the return pipe
One way valves are at best temperamental
I’ll give this radiant some time now to do it’s stuff with a view to change to the ab if I get no joy
What % do you have on the slider ?
I always found it dull, and I’m currently on radiant at 65%
Rob said your tank looks great, can I ask what settings you have on the rads ?
It's a sinularia , "soft" coral
Also known as a finger coral, part of the leather family......
Deflate when sulking, like when new, too much...
If it's a softie they can take a good few days to feel at home
I wouldn't necessarily up the light, maybe extend the time it's on ?
I'm not saying it's rubbish, but may struggle with some sps Big Thumbs Up...
The hole looks likely to be a gall crab, the coral recession could be a host of things from nutrients high/low....I know the. P04 says its low...
I'm sure it only needs one or two, and a couple of admin to keep things clean and civil Big Thumbs Up
zoas ?......you've changed :tease:
yep, mid last year i think,,you can always go stroke the sheep :pleasantry:
Our Damon bought dominoes yesterday, so had to be healthier today Big Thumbs Up
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