- - Algae problem
|JerseyBird97 ||06-05-2010 06:19 PM |
oh btw parameter are params are norm except alk is low
|bearwithfish ||06-05-2010 06:45 PM |
a few crabs and some snails may help you out they love to eat this stuff.... other than that i would suggest researching whether or not it has specific temperature requirements and adjust in the opposite direction for a time to kill it off that way.... i am a major opponent to chemicals until all else has been attempted
|JerseyBird97 ||06-05-2010 06:47 PM |
This is a brickis tank right now... I don't know of any crabs or snails that would survive the salitity leavels or my figure 8 puffers that are in it.
|bearwithfish ||06-05-2010 06:48 PM |
hmmmmmm interesting issue.. what is your SG? i will look around for you and perhaps call my fish guy
|bearwithfish ||06-05-2010 06:50 PM |
fiddler crabs which need access to the surface if you can provide it ..... and Chinese mitten crabs came up first in my search
|JerseyBird97 ||06-05-2010 06:55 PM |
|bearwithfish ||06-05-2010 06:59 PM |
thats all i got at this moment that may help you in particular pay attention to the need of brackish water for shrimp they may be fun for your tank and most helpful indeed
|teddyzaper ||06-06-2010 12:00 PM |
crabs wont eat as much as snails but if you had enough i think it would help.
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