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Old 04-13-2018, 01:47 AM
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Do you already have a plan to treat them ?

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No ... any advice?
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can you post the microscope images that you judged based on its dino?
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I will have to get the microscope from my buddy and take pics. Will do though. Maybe a couple days. My plan at the moment is to manually remove as much as I can and keep it away from the corals.
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Dinos do usually disappear while the lights are off in the night growing back very quick when the lights are switched on in the morning again. Is this the case ?

Also if you switch off the water movement for about 15 minutes they start to from strings floating through the water.

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I'm going to do some more testing to determine what type of dinos versus cyano bacteria. I'm getting different vibe from my friend who took a look now. I'm going to do some definitive work and document with photos. I'll get back to you soon.

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I dont see any floating stringy algae. Its all growing on the substrate and rocks. I tested it again.

1. Test 1 - 100ml of display water with some algae in it. I added 3ml of H2O2 and it did not bubble in any way. I added 2 more mL and it did not bubblen in any way. If it were cyano, it would bubble.

2. Photos - seems to confirm Dino but Im not positive and I certainly do not know more.
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I can not say it from the microscope pictures but Dinos do usually move in cycles, you should see this clear under the microscope.

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