Happy smile

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  1. Walter84

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    When for the first time in months you clean your tank, and see clam closed and just assume the worst due to your neglect. Then you get back up after you put kid to bed. Take the top off your tank and see this big blue smile.

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    Yes, tank is still a mess


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    Maybe you should try some vibrant, supposedly works well for most/all algae
     
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    I actually added a Lawnmower Blenny a few weeks ago. He has been a algae eating machine. I have even seen it eating the bubble. Last weekend I added a Emerald Reef Crab. Crab is slowly working on clearing the rock it calls home.

    Unfortunately they also eat the good macro. So I have been thinking of setting up the HOB refugium I have just means I need to modify my AIO tank.


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    Some of my macro

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