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This weekend I added two more fish. A dot dash Blenny and a little Royal Gramma. The Blenny has settled in well, loving the Rock and its caves and crevices.
The Royal Gramma was hiding in a tiny cave for the first day and now I can't find it at all! No sign of her even at feeding time. I hope she reappears.
Spotted her last night. She is alive, and wedged into most unbelievably small crevice. On the plus side it isn't the same crevice as she was in after day 1; so at least she has moved. It is actually SMALLER though!
Day 4 today. Let's see if she ventures out.
Cal/mag/alk redsea are relatively easy to read sand,I'm sure you'll be ok .. It's potassium,iron,iodine that are difficult and fiddly
Thank you Fishpalace. I have looked at those in a lfs. They seemed expensive... But if they are good and easy to read I will get one and try it out. I do find the colour charts tricky!
How about Phos? Is there a test kit that you would recommend for this?
Mine was somewhere between the 0.03 and the 0.1 I think.