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I’m also very interested my tank is riddled with them just can’t seem to get rid of them
I found a kalk paste administered in a syringe without the needle works well if you cover the entire aiptasia with it.
 

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I found a kalk paste administered in a syringe without the needle works well if you cover the entire aiptasia with it.
I used aiptasia x in the past but it’s very expensive will give the kalk paste a try thanks
 
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This stuff is awesome! 10mls in my tank has decreased the PO4 from 0.40 to 0.09. The ratio on my 450L tank is 1ml of Phosphate E treats my 0.03ppm phosphate. Winner.

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Good weekend of blackness folks.

So I have been enjoying the specials, Viking Aquatics and Perky Pets for the win.

So I have finally bought a new membrane for my RO machine, another tub of Nyos Active Carbon and some Nyos food for...a risky fishy purchase.

I bought 3 tuks anthias, I have to try once, I really hope they get into the nyos foods. I also ran into a few reefers that I have loads of time for. Tank update @greatwyt ...

After purchasing my fish I got home and my awesome Melanurus wrasse of 3 years was dead. Again I do not know what happenes, no signs of fighting amd he was one staunch guy, no issues with food. It really knocked my mood as he was a tank favourite.
 
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Happy festive season everyone. I have a very un-merry update.

I visitee family for a long weekend and during that time, load shedding happened. When I got home , my tangs has WS.

I arrived home on the 11th and had to leave for a job in Angola on the 13th, inbetween that time I had to move houses.

The time constraints were deadly, I lost my 2 tangs that were being QT'd at a sponsor and lost my anthia as welp as my blue throat wrasse. I am now in angola with a completely unscaped tank and 3 fish left. I am still offshore Angola and could be here for abother 5 weeks.
 
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Happy festive season everyone. I have a very un-merry update.

I visitee family for a long weekend and during that time, load shedding happened. When I got home , my tangs has WS.

I arrived home on the 11th and had to leave for a job in Angola on the 13th, inbetween that time I had to move houses.

The time constraints were deadly, I lost my 2 tangs that were being QT'd at a sponsor and lost my anthia as welp as my blue throat wrasse. I am now in angola with a completely unscaped tank and 3 fish left. I am still offshore Angola and could be here for abother 5 weeks.
Oh no, so sorry to hear, those tangs were amazing. :m22:
 
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Hi all.

After the total loss of livestock, all my fish except for my male leopard wrasse perished, my tank is sensitive. From the stress of the move to jumpers, I had it all.

Corals have done OK, some colour loss, but they are tough cookies.

I have added 2 fish, a small female bipartitus wrasse for the male. And a good ol sand sifting goby.

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very nice...

And to all those who think brown zoa is not beautiful. Look again.
 
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