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Discussion in 'Medium Tanks (31-100gal)' started by hillie, Sep 14, 2015.

  1. superdart

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    I have not been on for a while myself so will try and hop across to yours soon.Diatoms need more flow and stir them up to get the stuff into the filter socks.
     
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    As [MENTION=23241]nodster[/MENTION] said dead snails = usually high nitrate reading i would get testing straight away !!
     
  3. CEECH

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    you could be having a mini cycle you do have allot in there for such a new tank. Takes a few months for the tank to really settle down. Colony is good but can only do so much the rest takes time .
     
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    hi hilly these thing happen as we have all learnt but main thing is fish are still alive keep up the good work
     
  5. hillie

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    Update on our tank
    IMG_20190810_143110018.jpg IMG_20190810_143125226.jpg IMG_20190810_143117540_HDR.jpg
     
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    one fantastic looking nem :)
     
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  7. hillie

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    Actually there are about 10 on the top rock and another five on the lower left rock. We started with one about 3 years ago. Gradually killed all our corals except the toadstool, but we love them!
     
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