Frax thanks for stopping in
Its a tough call on treating the mollusc I just can't recall any data on that
That red you want to preserve looks nice I can see how it adds variation to your scape
The smallest offering id give is to try and break the treatments up into small sections vs all at once to minimize residual leftovers that could stress those non targets, and changes of fresh salt water during this run if you don't mind being overly safe
When I dose a fair bit of 35%as a drain and treat into my packed 1 gallon vase, I refill the tank back up to kick the peroxide from the treated spot back into solution, its now briefly burning the whole tank technically. Since I don't have any of the known sensitives it might be fine as is
But for safety, immediately upon refill I drain it all down and refill with new water, leaving none in solution
If you can brainstorm ways to modify a similar approach its your safest bet.
If you kill targets while preserving your two sensitive non targets I'll spread that around it will be helpful for others to see
Nice to meet you
Edited by brandon429, 03 June 2012 - 05:34 PM.
link me to a thread with color pics of a 1 gallon or smaller reef with stony corals pre-2001 and I'll PayPal you $50. We want to locate and verify the first pico reefs