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Just snapped some more pics with my iPhone 11 Pro, no filter. 

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ajmckay

Excellent pictures!    

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mfield16

That's one happy trumpet

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ajmckay

Baller frogspawn!

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Christopher Marks

Amazing system @travoose! The mushroom understory is really cool too, are the polka-dot spots on them caused by contact with the frogspawn?

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travoose
1 hour ago, Christopher Marks said:

Amazing system @travoose! The mushroom understory is really cool too, are the polka-dot spots on them caused by contact with the frogspawn?

Thanks for the kind words!


Not sure how that happened with the mushrooms, hahaha.

 

I do need to cut out some of my Frogspawn soon.

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ajmckay
5 hours ago, travoose said:

Thanks for the kind words!


Not sure how that happened with the mushrooms, hahaha.

 

I do need to cut out some of my Frogspawn soon.

IMO looks like aeolid flatworms on the mushrooms. 

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travoose

@ajmckay They certainly do.  I'd imagine they are unwanted...but not sure how to get rid of them efficiently, a few Google searches makes them appear difficult to get rid of.

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Sharambil

Your tank is insane. Keep it up!

 

What test kit were you using for your earlier water parameter checks?

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ajmckay
31 minutes ago, travoose said:

@ajmckay They certainly do.  I'd imagine they are unwanted...but not sure how to get rid of them efficiently, a few Google searches makes them appear difficult to get rid of.

 

So I've had some in the past and it's pretty easy to siphon them out.  I made on of these things to suck up detritus in a pico but it would work great for flatworms as well.  Just suck them out daily until they're gone.  

 

 

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travoose

@ajmckay thanks for the advice on the siphon, I will try that out.  To be honest, to show how little I know, I thought they were built up pieces of calcium, because I was seeing them on my tank glass, like a day or two after I would clean the glass, and I was like, "that's weird how quick that would build up again"...so thank you for the the help with this!

 

@Sharambil my original testing was done with just a basic API Marine Water testing kit...and to be honest, I tested about the first four months or so of having the tank setup, and I have not tested since.  I don't even test the salinity in the tank, I only test the salinity of the saltwater I am mixing to put in.  In fact, I don't do water changes weekly anymore, I switched to bi-weekly and I have seen much more growth and happier corals.

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