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Old 07/15/2020, 02:08 PM   #1
mcardenas
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Please help! White looking barnacles on rocks and glass and Red algae on rocks

Hi,

The white looking barnacles have been in the tank for a couple of weeks. The red algae on the rocks has been for months.


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Old 07/15/2020, 04:26 PM   #2
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Hi,

The white looking barnacles have been in the tank for a couple of weeks. The red algae on the rocks has been for months.
Nice.
Is there a question?
Nothing jumping out at me....


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Old 07/15/2020, 04:40 PM   #3
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Normal reef stuff. The red/purple is coraline algae. It grows normally in our tanks and is a sign that the tank is maturing appropriately. You'll also see it build up on other surfaces in the tank. Use a razor blade to scrape it from the glass.
The white critters are little tube worms. You have a lot more than normal on your rock, but you'll be fine. It's not uncommon to have that many or more in a sump or on the back sides of rocks. It looks like you're doing just fine.


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