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So I noticed today one of my frags has a kind of sack or bubble tissue. Anyone ever seen this?


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Crazy, never seen that before. I might would cut off that section in case it is bad.
Nope. Gonna play it out and see what happens.
 

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I'm wondering if its a photo period or intensity thing a.k.a an O2 bubble from the zooxanthellae.
 

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Could be a nutrient issue...Jesus do your water changes algae head


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Could be a nutrient issue...Jesus do your water changes algae head


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I don’t do water changes. That’s for chumps. My Stenner does the changing of water while I sit on my butt. That frag tank has been a battle with hair algae for a little while. It took root when a power head failed and my nutrients dropped to basically zero. Dino came in, I boosted nutrients, Dino left, hair algae came. The display tank is on the same system and never got an ounce of algae. Or rather, the tangs kept what little popped up clean.
 

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I don’t do water changes. That’s for chumps. My Stenner does the changing of water while I sit on my butt. That frag tank has been a battle with hair algae for a little while. It took root when a power head failed and my nutrients dropped to basically zero. Dino came in, I boosted nutrients, Dino left, hair algae came. The display tank is on the same system and never got an ounce of algae. Or rather, the tangs kept what little popped up clean.
I’m jk bro don’t get butt hurt


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