LOLOne more thing. In the 11th pic from the top in the left most column, it is titled as: "desirable red, possibly brown algae". Are those really desirable? I have some of them, and if you damage it, they kinda "burst" and in a week your whole setup is infested. Best is to syphon them out or just don't damage it.
For fast growth, you want high DOM (Dissolved Organic Materials). In particular Nitrates. Iron and Iodine. Believe it or not, you actually want lower light levels for this plant. In other words, it doesn't particularly care for metal halide lighting.What are the required parameters to grow that type of macro algae?
Colonial hydroids are bad and will sting corals. As you've noticed, they can reproduce quite rapidly.is this the fluffy stuff on the left?
I think I have a patch of this. It grows like wild fire and I don't think I could get rid of it. I have a rock with some on and have tried a few times to pull it all off and it just grows back in a few weeks? Is it good or bad?
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