Vorteil wrote: ↑10 Oct 2018 20:06 It could be the cause of the amonia spike. Looks like the tank is cycling. The sand is geeting a hint of brown to it. The marimo ball there. Is it supposed to look or get that way. Looks like there's hair algae starting to form all over? If the marimo is not a true brackish ball I would not keep it in there. As far as the amonia I would not worry about it. The opae are really hardy.
Where is the difference between a true marimo ball and a fake one? Mine look exactly like true marimo balls but how can I be sure. And what if they are not? I bought mine at the local pet shrimp store. I noticed some hair like things clinging to the marimos too. What if it's hair algae? How bas is that?
Is Biodigest way better than microbe lift special blend?
Keeping Opae Ula is easy they said.There is not much you have to do and think about they said...