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  1. Leo_ian

    Phosphate dip

    Well my sps havent been opening up and i tested my nitrates and phosphates today. the worst came, even though my nitrates were stable, my phosphates went from 0.25-0.1. i think that is the cause, how can i raise it without dosing? fish? higher feeding? i already started on pellets since that was my suspicion, i knew i should have tested earlier. Any help would be appreciated THANK YOU!!!
  2. cadroved18

    Tiny black/brown worms in tank

    I am pretty new to this. my tank in cycled ammonia, Nitrite, 0. and Nitrate 1-5. I had tiny black worms in my tank, they looked as if they were just sitting on the sand maybe dead. They were a bit thick and only about a 1/4 long. I am not sure what they were I just vacuumed them all out so I dont have a picture. Any idea what they are?
  3. Cole.mormon

    Can I move an emerald crab

    So I was wondering since I just moved zoanthids to my dt cam I move an emerald crab too the inverts are snails a cbs and a scarlet skunk does that pose any risk or can they hold their own?
  4. Cole.mormon

    Neon dottyback w zoas

    Is it ok to keep a neon dotty back and zoanthids in the same tank in a 55 gallon
  5. Friendofish

    PLEASE HELP: Fins Destroyed

    Hi guys. I just got a new Rainfordi Goby in the mail yesterday and he seemed to be doing fine. Then this morning I look at him and my firefish and both their fins seem to be tattered and messed up like fin rot or like they’ve been nipped. The thing is, they both seemed perfectly fine yesterday and there doesn’t seem to be any aggression between them. They are both eating well too. I’ve tried to get a picture of the firefish so you can see, but it was kinda hard to get a good pic. Please tell me what y’all think it is and what I should do.
  6. Zephyrsue

    Hurricane Irma

    Good day, fellow Reefers. What crazy weather that's been happening, amiright? I was wondering what kind of emergency plans, if any, you all have for your aquariums. Light scrolling online shows a lot of people are more likely to just abandon their fish in the event of a planned emergency. So here I sit, wondering what to do. I have a 10 gallon nano, with just a clown and a yellow watchman goby named Onyx and Jasper, who I adore nearly as much as my dog. I'm also military and live in the barracks. I believe my evacuation plan is fairly solid- put the fish in a bucket with a lid and battery operated aerator and take them with me, after powering off the equipment and putting as much live rock into another bucket with a lid as possible and leaving the live rock bucket likely in the bathroom away from windows. Better to replace equipment and a tank than your pets, right? But being military, I was told today that in the event where evacuation is necessary and we have to move our operation to our emergency location, myself and my friend will be the two to go with all the officers to that location as we are poised and comfortable briefing officers. That leaves my fish out of the equation. What would you do in that situation? Still put the animals and rock in buckets in the bathroom with an aerator and hope for the best? It's a little nerve wracking thinking about removing them from their life support but we're in Virginia so I'm not too worried about them not having a heater. If I add a couple pieces of live rock to the bucket they'll have some natural filtration and I could even toss in some of the chaeto to finish the nitrogen cycle for them. So so what do you all do, who live in areas with planned emergencies that you have time to prepare? What would you do in my situation? Any conversation is good here.
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