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Dinoflagellates, how to solve the problem with Fauna Marin Ultra AlgeaX

image Dinoflagellates, how to solve the problem with Fauna Marin Ultra AlgeaXThe dinoflagellates in the aquarium are a problem to be reckoned with, I did it and what you see above is the result… but how can you intervene in a case like this? The dinoflagellates are extremely small, almost microscopic, algae, equipped with flagellates, prone to reproduce themselves in an extremely fast. My infestation comes from far away, but with the previous LED ceiling light, the Sicce GNC AM466, after several months, it seemed that the problem had almost disappeared, while the transition to the new ceiling, the Ecotech Marine Radion XR30w, the problem has come back stronger than ever. At first I tried to keep the dKh high… More:

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Fauna Marin Zoanthid and Ricordea pellet food

Fauna Marin Zoanthid and Ricordea pellet food In this video we try some new Fauna Marin pellet food designed specifically for feeding Zoanthids and Ricordea. Zoanthids and Ricordea are generally consider... From: tidalgardens Views: 3046 67 ratings Time: 03:56 More in Pets & Animals
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Andrea’s Negusanti Italian Marine Aquarium

acquario marino andreanegu danireef 2 Andreas Negusanti Italian Marine Aquarium

Here we are to introduce and comment one of the most beautiful reef tanks I’ve ever seen. Most of all, we’d like to admire the skill of Andrea Negusanti, aka AndreaNegu, who was able to have as many as two of his tanks awarded as “tank of the month”. We’re also proud to have Andrea as the centerpiece of our italian-pizza-and-aquarium-lovers group “MagnaRomagna“.

Andrea’s tank was tailored in order to fit into his home environment and is based on a custom Elos tank (125x70x55) entirely made in extra clear glass 15 mm thick. The tank’s gross capacity is 480 liters, which is also the system’s overall capacity, also considering sump volumes.

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