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Old 01/10/2019, 06:44 AM   #3
mmscuba
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Originally Posted by ChronicReefH2o View Post
The photo is hard to tell what it is. try turning on white light to get a better photo of them. But to me it looks like your still in the cycling stage. Have you tried using Hydrogen Peroxide? 3% dosed @ 1ml per 10 us gallons. I would dose it once a day and see how that goes for 2 weeks. If that doesn't reduce it, up the dosage to 1ml per 10gallons 2x per day. once in the morning and once at night.
Here's a better pic. It is clear and gelatinous. It actually shows up better under the blue light. It collects as a thick slime on the surface of the sump after I clean it off the rocks. The skimmer is taking a lot out as well and is leaving a light brown slimy skimate in the skimmer drain jug. I just did another ammonia test this morning and the Ammonia color on the API test is darker than the darkest one on the color chart (8ppm). I have never seen an ammonia spike last this long. 0 Nitrites, 0 Nitrates.

No I have not tried the peroxide yet but was considering it.

Thank you for your help.


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