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I would put it higher in the tank and close to flow if possible because it will find it's way there eventually and in doing so it will take over your tank.

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mine moved itself about 5" within 1 month just to get in front of my korilia.

 

I'm pretty sure they like medium flow and good light I think mine are just retarded.:lol:

Oh well they are getting fragged out this week anyways. Got to make room for other stuff.

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get some fishing line and tie it to the rock. You dont necisarilly need to tie it down to the center of your xenia, because it will attatch itself anyways with a few days. I agree with the :it spreads like weeds" comment, it grows rather quickly and can get out of hand. when i irst started i got some xenia and it spread like gangbusters which was fine but i grew tired of it rather quickly.

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how old is this tank?

 

you need a lot more live rock. i don't even know what type of rock that is.

 

do you test for ammonia, nitrites, nitrates, ph, alk, calcium?

 

are you running any carbon, chemipure, purigen, etc...?

 

do you have a refugium in your back chambers?

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OMG omgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomgomg

 

Ok now that I got that out of the way...

 

Dude you really need to make some changes

 

You need to get some LR in there ASAP or get a skimmer.

The only biological filtration you have is the sand "not good"

 

If I where you I would buy some LR and some chemi-pure as soon as you can.

 

May be ok now but you can't have coral in a setup like that. and i'm sure your fish will be much more happy.

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3 years old ph 8.0 nitrite 0 ammonia .20 nitrate 20 doing more test

3 years old? Have you done any research within the past 3 years or have you just believed everything your LFS tells you?

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You need to get some LR in there ASAP or get a skimmer.

The only biological filtration you have is the sand "not good"

 

If I where you I would buy some LR and some chemi-pure as soon as you can.

 

May be ok now but you can't have coral in a setup like that. and i'm sure your fish will be much more happy.

 

This post has been edited by cdelicath: Today, 07:35 PM

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