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  1. Reef Discussion
    I have been using Vibrent to remove some green hair algae but it seems to be creating a red slime algae on my sand bed. Anyone know how to remove the red slime or should I stop using the Vibrent solution? Thanks
  2. Reef Discussion
    I have been reading all day and i just thought I would share something I found to be interesting. You can Use Hydrogen Proxide to help get rid of dino algae, red slime algae aka cyno You can Use Vinegar ,Sugar and Vodka for Carbon Dosing These are the ones that stood out but I know there are...
  3. Reef Discussion
    Okay, so I have been battling red slime algae all year. Earlier this week I dumped a bunch of copepods that I ordered online into the tank. Now, the slime is substantially reduced. But not gone completely. My guess is that the pods are eating the detritus that was fueling the slime growth. I...
  4. Reef Discussion
    Picked up a few CUC members the other day. Hair algae was starting to get out of control and I had started to see some bubble algae and red slime algae. I don't have the funds to pick up a complete custom clean up crew, so I tried to target some members that would at least help. Picked up 2...
  5. New to the Hobby
    Hey everyone, just started my first reef tank about three months ago and now I'm running into an issue with red slime algae. I have a snail CUC from reefcleaners.org and they eat everything else but the red slime algea. anyone have advise as to what will take care of it? Heres the specs...
  6. New to the Hobby
    There seems to cobwebs growing on my sand and crushed coral bottom wondering should Ijust vacuum it up or is it some kinda good for my tank. I know Ishould get rid of the crushed coral I've been doing it slowly. Wanna get a daggonet gobie should Ileave half of crushed coral in there for coipods...
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