Vorteil wrote:That is interesting. From what I've read(Dr. Scott Santos) there's nothing that can be done to increase breeding nor change the colors. I'd be curious as to what their natural ponds salinity are. I would guess that it could fluctuate from day to day based on the rise of tides.
Here's the other thing and when posted on another site really nobody commented on it. I understand that no water changes are necessary. My friend has had his tank for 17 years+ with no changes only top off. Majority of OU owners never change the water but in the wild the OU are not in stagnant pools of water. Their water I believe changes on a day to day basis. Right? If this is the case would ours do better if we did water changes from time to time? Maybe even 1-2x a year partial changes?
I use an air filter unlike many of you, feed 3 times a week and make changes every three months, alternating changes with only osmosis and salt water reproducing what happens in nature
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