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Old 11/30/2015, 07:50 PM   #2274
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Originally Posted by Mikefromaz View Post
Back in the middle of dino paradise again....sheesh! My last outbreak was stopped through aggressive tank maintenance, UV sterilizer and a lot of phyto and pods. This time I have decided to use daily siphoning and hydrogen peroxide. Any input or personal experiences with H2O2 against dinos would be appreciated.
Sorry to hear you're back for round 2. Do you know what brought on the attack? Peroxide didn't do squat for me, even at much higher than recommended doses, but I also have Ostreopsis. (I didn't have fish or inverts at the time I was dosing it.) It's extremely dangerous to decorative shrimp and small fish. If you still have the UV you should be able to knock them down again with your previous method..


28g cube, CF 105watts! Tunze 9001. Tiny frags: Euphyllia, blasto, ricordea and a rock flower anemone. Lost fish and inverts due to ongoing outbreak of dinoflagellates.

Current Tank Info: 28g aio, 105 watt CF lights, no sump or skimmer. 2 sexy shrimp, tiny frogspawn, tiny toadstool, tiny lps. Started Feb '15
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