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Old 04-13-2019, 11:26 AM
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Do you have a 2 week up date we’re you able to nuke all the wee beastys .
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Old 04-14-2019, 04:14 AM
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Do you have a 2 week up date we’re you able to nuke all the wee beastys .
Ok update time. Last treatment was March 23 (3 weeks ago). I have kept a close eye on the corals and I have not seen one black bug since March 23.

The treatment was not without its problems. I lost most of my amphipods, bristleworms, feather dusters, spaghetti worms, etc. Not sure if it affected any of the smaller organisms in the tank.

Many of my acros are looking better, however my Jason Fox has taken a turn for the worse since I started the treatment my strawberry shortcake is half looking great and coloured up nicely but half of it has lost quite a bit of colour. There are a couple other corals that are not really doing great. The other 15- 20 or so acros are looking great with increased growth.

Not sure if the issues with these acros are from the actual treatment, the bugs before the treatment stressing them or recently I had my Giros revert to alternating gyre mode once or twice a day, it kicked up quite a bit of gravel covering everything with dust and making the water column cloudy. The gyre thing has been happening for the past few weeks until I finally figured out yesterday it was happening. I think I have fixed it by completely reprogramming it.
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Old 05-06-2019, 04:28 PM
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7 week update. No signs of black bug, checking only once every week or 2.
Jason Fox recovering from tip dieback and loss of tissue. Other corals seem to be doing well. Amphipods and other things making a good comeback.

So it seems my last dose was the killing dose.
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