01-24-2009, 03:02 PM
| || |
No. I also have several mushroom corals, a large green carpet anemone, and several rock anemones. i am looking to also add more coral as soon as I have everything right. My initial thought was the same. That I had disturbed the bacterial bed. I didn't move the bio balls they stayed in the sump. But I did move the substrate. I noticed a little while ago that it does seem to be clearing up. I put 2 pouches of the Algone in my tank last night and I pointed the returns more toward the surface to break up the floating debris. It seems that it is helping. I think I might be going through a mini cycle. But all of my water parameters other than phosphate are within safe levels. 0 amonia, a slight bit of nitrite, and no nitrate. When you are asking about alkalinity are you talking about ph? And is the Aquaecolizer a satisfactory replacement for a uv?