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Old 04/05/2006, 05:17 PM   #1
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Location: Iowa City, IA
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Angry diatom algae!

I have some pretty nice saltwater aquariums, however still I find myself cleaning glass regularly, in addition to that, one of my aquariums is plagued by acoel worms which feed off of diatom algae.

I have tried a couple of different things for phosphate and silicate controll, kent phos spounge, pura phoslock, ect.

in our gathered experience what do you consider the most effective method of phosphate removal?

For the love of god don't overstock! let your fish be fishy!

Current Tank Info: 46 bow sps, 90 lps & soft coral tank
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