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Old 10-13-2018, 03:26 AM
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I want to say to the fish, I am sorry, I have not taken care of you. (The caudal fin is attacked)
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Old 10-13-2018, 05:12 AM
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sorry for your loss
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Old 10-13-2018, 07:10 AM
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sorry for your loss
Dude, nothing to relax, I don't have the ability to take care of them.
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Old 10-14-2018, 02:02 AM
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https://youtu.be/1VMiGVOxgnw
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Old 10-14-2018, 02:50 AM
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The fish seems to adapt slowly, the caudal fin turns yellow and begins to eat feed.
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Old 10-14-2018, 02:57 AM
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Looking good Jacky, I like the good amount of surface flow you have!
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Looking good Jacky, I like the good amount of surface flow you have!
Cell phone recording is always inferior to the real image seen by the eyes on the scene. The water flow is very comfortable and I am very relaxed. I also noticed that the color of the coral will not be faded in a few days, and the overall coral color can be maintained. I tested PO4=0.00ppm and it looks good.

The image is from the bottom to the top. The color above the coral is exposed to light and the color is strong. This makes me think that the light source does not seem to be strong enough, but the tank is already full of T5*10. It was only a few months before the last replacement of the T5.

If the corals grow up, such a flow may not be enough, and then a few more flows will be added. At present, the flow is still loadable.

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Old 10-14-2018, 04:54 AM
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https://youtu.be/LpkF_ElZVmE

Reflection video on a wooden cabinet

https://youtu.be/VumqCqs6fUc
Another angle video

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Old 10-20-2018, 05:25 AM
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https://youtu.be/ekQsSIFK96g
Brush tanks and flow generators, mobile photography, watch videos, please turn slightly to the phone, sorry for the video direction
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I think colors are looking good, still a little light on some, but I think they're improving

I see you have some algae attaching to the corals? Is this temporary or do you have any clue why it happens? Did you scrape algae shortly before?

Really think your aquascape will be very beautiful once corals grow a bit
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Thank you, blackizzz

The video is just after I cleaned the glass tank. And clean the flow pump.

I had a problem and I found that when I cleaned the tank and cleaned the pump, the coral color faded the next day. (I didn't change the water, just clean)

During this time, I tried changing the water to 5%. Also tried changing to 5% water change every two weeks

The color of the coral will fade after the next day (I understand my tank, a feeling,indeed)

My water change is on Sunday, the next day from Monday to Tuesday, the corals are obviously lighter.

With the routine addition of pharmacy, the best color is from Thursday to Friday.

I also tried not to change the water, the color can be maintained, but there is a membrane phenomenon in the tank.
I also tried to reduce start3 to half the dose of 0.3ml early / night, it seems that the situation is better. (PO4 = 0.00ppm)

Skimmer adjustment dry. Fish fed every day (full)

I tried to take Xtra 6ml twice a day for a total of 12ml dose, but the coral seems to be black, I am still adjusting, plan to 0.45/night 0.45Xtra dose

Zeolite & Activated Carbon are all in compliance.

Zeo bac 6 drops, 2 times a week
Zeo SP 6 drops every other day
Zeo start3, basic daily 0.3ml morning/night
Zeo CV and AA 6 drops per day, CV occasionally 12 drops (sometimes 12 drops per day)
Zeo Xtra 6ml, recently tried 2 times the dose
6 drops of PIF, 2 times to 3 times a week (coral appearance is blue and when green is lighter)
Zeo CB+FWS (6ml+6ml, mixed for 15 minutes, then fed Zeo CV, After G. suggestion, currently continue this every other day to add

The water parameters are very good, KH=7.0~7.3
CA=410
MG=1320
K+380~400
PO4=0.00ppm

What puzzles me is that when I clean the membrane or brush it out, I don't change the water and the coral fades.
They are not algae, they are membranes.

G. and blackizzz, do anyone have ideas and suggestions?

Thank you everyone
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