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Re: Still no lights from CA (in administration)
While they may enjoy brine shrimp the nutritional value to the fish is not that great. If I feed brine shrimp a always spray with new era sprays...
Based in Bolton.
In the very early days yes. They are not as reliable as the ones mentioned above.
Ok. Cool. So why not just read from above?
Salifert for every test apart from phosphate then its d&d merc kit.
Your correct in the above ammonia - - nitrite - - nitrate. You may well have no ammonia and nitrite present, however I would take your time and...
Where does it state this??
Depends on what coral you are keeping and if the calcium levels drop rapidly or over a short period as they are used by coral growth.
That reading is 25ppm not 5ppm and the test is nitrate NO3 as the test card shows.
My advice would be to keep testing for 7 days on ammonia and...
Nitrate itself is not harmful to your systems livestock. However nitrite and ammonia are. You need to be 100% sure your readings for both these...
I use TMC sand here http://www.tmc-ltd.co.uk/aquarium/sand-gravel.asp
1. Snail, but hard to say which without a closer shot
2. Definate sponge
3. Pulsing xenia
Re: algae available
As Pete has said above PM him if you need any or he may miss the thread posts.
It does not buffer to any set level same as the pH. You need to add the buffer and test to acheive the required level.
Around the 35 pound mark for 250ml I think
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There are small bits of sponge and other micro algae normally found in cheato, I would not worry tbh.
It must have light getting to it Larry. If its under a rock and some area does not get the light, it will die off.
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