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  1. kylexarbor

    I.D. Help

    Thank you for that info! I ended up pulling it out with tweezers and haven’t seen any regrow the YET. I love the look of Caulerpa and wish I could keep it if it were to stay under control, but I’m not looking to weed my tank on a regular basis.
  2. kylexarbor

    Rapid LED info

    I have looked on their site and I can’t take a photo at the moment. I get the configuration of the lights with color and all that, but I’m just curious of the actual output and intensity so I can use those numbers for reference.
  3. kylexarbor

    I.D. Help

    Sorry about the photo. My camera only seems to pick up those blues. My lights don’t dim unfortunately. But for some reason when I screenshot a video the whites appear. So here’s a better photo. I’ve always liked the look of caulerpa, I just don’t want it covering every inch of my tank and taking hold in all my rock work.
  4. kylexarbor

    Rapid LED info

    But does anyone know the actual specs on these lights? I’m not finding much.
  5. kylexarbor

    I.D. Help

    It seems to have a root system like caulerpa, but the ‘leaves’ aren’t that typical feathery look that caulerpa usually has. They are solid and rubbery like kelp
  6. kylexarbor

    I.D. Help

    I have this kelp-like algae that came on a zoa frag. Any idea what it could be? Is it going to cause me problems? I can’t seem to find anything online.
  7. kylexarbor

    Hair algae on feather duster

    I know this is an old thread, but I’m having the same issue. I don’t have hair algae anywhere else in my tank except on my feather duster. I’ve pulled it off and taken a toothbrush to it. No luck.
  8. kylexarbor

    Is my GSP Dead/Dying

    I’m certainly no expert on reef keeping, but a SG of 1.022 is quite low for coral.
  9. kylexarbor

    Is my GSP Dead/Dying

    I’m saying add salt to the water you’re doing water changes with until it’s at a more suitable level, then add it to your system. You can slowly do this over the course of a water change or two to not shock the system.
  10. kylexarbor

    Is my GSP Dead/Dying

    At this point why aren’t you adding some salt into the system to reach proper levels?
  11. Dinos typically don’t show their full face until after a few hours of light being on so use caution if you do decide to turn the lights back on early.
  12. I just fixed the same issue in my tank. Complete blackout for 3 days. I put a towel over the entire tank. No feeding at all. And I dosed the proper amount of hydrogen peroxide everyday, and even after they were gone for about 2 weeks. I had no I’ll effects on anything. I would suggest removing as much as you can before anything. I used a toothbrush to scrub them off everything I could and ran a net around the tank until I could scoop up everything I could. I still see a few here and there but everyday I see less. Good luck! Dinos are no fun!
  13. kylexarbor

    Is my GSP Dead/Dying

    How low is your salinity? Are you using tap water?
  14. kylexarbor

    Snowflake eel with twitchy headmovements

    I don’t completely agree with the inches of fish per gallon ratio. There are far too many variables. It all depends on how active the fish is, how often they eat/produce waste, etc. An 8” thin inactive eel that eats once every 2-3 days is going to have far less impacts than say 8 1” clownfish.
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    Snowflake eel with twitchy headmovements

    I completely disagree. 8” of a very slender fish that barely moves in a 29 gallon ( likely low 20s after rock) is plenty big enough in my opinion. I’ll start worrying about tank size when it hits closer to 15”.
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