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Author Topic: GlassWalker's 136L marine  (Read 6458 times)

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Re: GlassWalker's 136L marine
« Reply #120 on: May 24, 2014, 11:39:37 pm »
My hair algae is a bit odd. Most of it is on my substrate, and the colour is fading so I presume it is dying. I even bought a new bag of substrate to replace it with, but as it is going so quickly it doesn't seem worth it.
Steven

T14: small fish planted tank
T16: Bristlenose, garra rufa, barbs
T17: chili rasbora, black bee shrimps
M1: green algae, fish, flatworm :(
M2: closed, converting to freshwater
M3: softies and fish
P1: fish, frogs (MIA), neighbour's cats

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    Re: GlassWalker's 136L marine
    « Reply #121 on: December 07, 2014, 02:03:02 pm »
    Time to revive this thread. With the moving around of corals to other tanks recently, this tank configuration doesn't serve a use any more. I've decided to sell or rehouse the remaining corals and convert this into a seahorse tank, assuming it is big enough. So starts another round of research.
    Steven

    T14: small fish planted tank
    T16: Bristlenose, garra rufa, barbs
    T17: chili rasbora, black bee shrimps
    M1: green algae, fish, flatworm :(
    M2: closed, converting to freshwater
    M3: softies and fish
    P1: fish, frogs (MIA), neighbour's cats