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Old 07/14/2014, 12:58 PM   #297
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That's really interesting news Pants. Soon enaugh someone else will try this, hopefully with the same results.
I had bryopsis years ago and got rid of it with turf algae that turned out to be even worse than bryopsis.

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My dinos are growing in numbers day by day and I don't like where it's heading.
Most of the sandbed has dinos now, but the rocks don't have any.
They are not producing oxigen or forming strings, yet.

As soon as the Cyanobacteria faded, dinos moved in.
I have a massive ball of Cheatomorpha in the sump so it's not a competition with a death grip on dinos.

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