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I've just quit using them. I was catching more pods than clearing debris.
Having used both, I prefer the gyre.
It's blue clavularia, also known as blue snowflake polyps. Unless you want it on every free space in your tank, I'd avoid it. I've just upgraded...
I have 2 Gyre 150's and I've tried several configurations and have ended up with having them on the sides horizontal, facing the middle of the...
If you don't have a lot of high flow demanding corals, adjust your gyre flow down a notch or two, or try several different placements.
Sorry that you had this happen, but thanks for posting so all of us fellow RSR owners can keep a look out for similar issues.
Welcome to Reef Sanctuary! Great advice above.
Loved reading through your tank build. I always enjoyed your previous one as well. Glad to have you back.
Hi, welcome to Reef Sanctuary. Will be fun to watch your custom build come together.
Brave one to say that, you are.
Thanks for all the nice comments!
I managed to catch the hogfish and chromis to get them in their new home yesterday. Funny thing is that all...
As some of you already know by following my RSM 250 chronicle...
Welcome to Reef Sanctuary!
Welcome to the forum!
Other than moving the whole rock, I think you're out of luck. If you try and chisel his tube off, you'll most likely kill it.
Welcome to Reef Sanctuary, Ron!
If you're turning off the pumps, you should be fine.
I'd run the skimmer normally. The phyto should circulate back to the refugium from the tank, and some of your corals won't mind some...
Beautiful corals, Dom. Tank is looking great!