siskiou Posted April 17, 2009 Share Posted April 17, 2009 So, the cyano is still thriving, despite lots of waterchanges, new MH bulb, more flow, more snails added, sucking it out every day, and trying a three day lights out. After the no light period, my sps are really struggling and I'm going to lose some of them for sure, possibly all of them! I have chemiclean now, but am afraid to use it, because some people apparently lost all their fish and inverts, along with the corals. Should I take out the sps that still show some life, and transfer them to my 120G? I didn't really want to do that, just in case some of the monti nudis are still hanging around! And should I go for the chemiclean or not? I don't really know why the sps are having problems, since parameters are really pretty good. No ammonia, nitrites and just a slight touch of nitrates. No phosphates (as far as tests go), pH 8.1-8.3, Temp stable around 80, Alk 8, Calcium 400. Any ideas what could be the culprit? Tank was fine when I left for Germany. My husband and daughter took care of it while I was gone, and I don't think they really messed up severely, but now the tank looks really sad! :( I don't think I can replace the few nice sps I had purchased either!(sad) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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