Fluconazole Cycle Complete

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  1. daveH

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    Finished the 2 week treatment of Fluconazole for the removal of some GHA.
    All GHA is completely gone and the tank looks amazing.
    Set the skimmer back to normal, cleaned the sump up a little (got a little dirty with the skimmer off line) and did a 20% water change.
    Tested all the parameters to give me a new baseline and all is good.
    Overall, I couldn't be happier with outcome, nothing else in the tank was effected whatsoever.
    I might look at doing smaller does on a regular basis to maintain a cleaning schedule.
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    How good is fluconazole :D lol
    Glad to hear it's worked so well for you Dave :)
    Tank looks great!
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    BRB, going shopping at Dave's. I'll have ALL the zooanthids for M, that beautiful Elegance, the Bali green stag and the neon green Sinularia. I'll expect them to be there when I get there. ;) :D

    Damn nice job on the tank Dave. I think the patchy GHA is because of phosphates leaching from the rock in that area.
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    Thanks mate!
    Ready for you to pickup when you get here, that's after we have a couple of beers.
    I think the GHA came in on a bunch of star polyps, it seemed to pop up wherever I placed bits of it.
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    Looks great Dave, glad you got such a great result. Now we can just find a magic powder that does that and still allows a skimmer to operate.
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    Thanks for hexing us, lol. I got a GSP rock in a week ago that has deep purple centres, it also has bryopsis. BUT, Orange Spot Rabbitfish love the stuff so I put it in their run. It wasn't there, then 3 days later, yesterday, it was damn near 4cm long. I've never had bryopsis before and I don't want it now.

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