Photo #4 - Yep, I Have An Algae Problem. But I Am Starting T...

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Photo Caption: Yep, I have an algae problem. But I am starting to do more water changes every week, do some cleaning and work on some other things. I will use a phosphate eliminator if nothing else works. (my last resource) I plan on doing some rearranging as I got hard rocks to work with. Any suggestions? Oh No. Yeah I got to excited there thinking I had a baby seanemone. Only to find out that it is a Majano Anem.(Pest) Okay well now I've got to get rid of him. Too Bad he looked nice.
corals inverts stocking in 14 gallons tank - 14 gallon Bio cube, did a bit of re-arranging and got some snails and an emerald crab. They are doing a fantastic job cleaning up the algae.
corals inverts - mithrax sculptus - emerald crab stocking in 14 gallons tank - Emerald Crab
corals inverts - zoanthus sp. - colony polyp stocking in 14 gallons tank - These polyps are great and hardy. I almost lost them but it was a careless mistake, but in no time recovered and reproduced within no time.
corals inverts - zoanthus sp. - colony polyp stocking in 14 gallons tank - Yep, I have an algae problem. But I am starting to do more water changes every week, do some cleaning and work on some other things. I will use a phosphate eliminator if nothing else works. (my last resource) I plan on doing some rearranging as I got hard rocks to work with. Any suggestions? Oh No. Yeah I got to excited there thinking I had a baby seanemone. Only to find out that it is a Majano Anem.(Pest) Okay well now I've got to get rid of him. Too Bad he looked nice.

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Country: Canada
Description: 14 gallon Oceanic Bio Cube. Haven't added much yet but will be soon.
Advice: Always, always do your daily checks. You never know what might surprise you.
Fish Kept: 2 Ocellaris Clown fish, 1 scooter Blenny, 2 Zebra Hermits, 1 Emerald crab, 3 snails
Corals/Plants: Polyps
Tank Size: 14 gallons
Quote: Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going
About Yourself: I have always loved the ocean and having a mini version of one right at my home is the best. I Had difficulties in deciding how big of a tank I wanted and what kind. I really loved the reef tank but if I wanted to go big it would have been unaffordable since I have already 2 kids in Hockey. But once I found out about the nano-reefs I couldn't wait to start. As a beginner I read a few books, forums, and got help from my local Aquarium shop . As a stay-at-home mom I love it. It is relaxing to look at and keeps me occupied at times.

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1 year old didn't always look good I had same Problem Use RO water all the time less light Until gone get a Sea Archen they eat algee. fish avatar

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