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    Quote Originally Posted by Otherone View Post
    You most definatly have a TDS problem (nitrate, co2, + Po4) - that's what created and fuels all the bubble and red slim algae. Glad you like it - that's really all that matters.
    I meant all the algae consumes it before it turns into a problem for his fish.
    40gal Mixed REEF tank w/30gal long DIY sump
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    Yea, still looks like crap man. Just a clearer picture of crap.



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    to each is own....i guess?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Totalimmortal View Post
    Yea, still looks like crap man. Just a clearer picture of crap.
    If he likes it leave him alone. Nobody comes here to get **** on.
    40gal Mixed REEF tank w/30gal long DIY sump
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    While it's not the vision I have for my tank...I could see how you'd like it. Plus if you like it like that and it's working for you and not bad for the fish...it's better then "nuking" the tank.



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    I'll b honest with u lads and ladies its the wifes tank and she really likes it the women likes the colours what can I say bout that. If u check my Sig u can c my tank I am more a freshwater man. If u check my pics I have a 5x2x2 with the king of the aros imo a silver and a tsn. And also a ten gallon with a leucistic axolotl called Frank. N I'm upgrading to 8x3x2.5 before anyone starts. Just waiting for it to b delivered. Imho arowana are the most amazing awesome fish. Thanks for ur comments good and bad.

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    redo



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    Nice little setup. I do agree it needs a good cleaning though.



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    the 2 large rocks on the right look like they have no coral on them, just simply immerse them in boiling water and scrape off all the algae. literally remove it by force. and reintroduce to the aquarium.
    if you want to go another route you can just pick them off without bursting them. I used to have them in my old reef tank like marbles, they do look attractive in small amounts.
    you just get a firm grip and twist them off.


    ps. very nice looking natural nano. the clowns look happy and there is nothing wrong with your tank. I would be proud to call it mine. but there are a lot of people on the internet who take marine aquaria to a whole new level of perfection. which is perfectly fine, because they know what they like and they try to recreate that. but if you are happy with your tank you have nothing to worry about.



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    I've never seen so much bubble algae! While I wouldn't let my tank go like that, I think its kinda cool. There's so many bubbles that it has a charm of its own, IMO.


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    you can choose to look like a wookie if you want.



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