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    This anemone tank has a HOG3 or 3x or 3xx on the front of the chaeto compartment in the sump. The light is from the chaeto light, hanging above the sump.

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    This is a freshly baked algae casserole. I mean, it's actually the saltwater growth of a HOG3x or 3xx

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    Feed your fish from your scrubber.

    Free, fresh, and does not add nitrate or phosphate to the water like normal feeding does.


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    This is about as good of an example of dark green slime that you can get. This HOG3 or 3x or 3xx is pull out of a saltwater sump, with probably very high nutrients, which is what causes dark green slime. More http://algaescrubber.net/forums/show...he-best-filter

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