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This Cyanophyta sp. may appear to be algae, but it is actually a bacteria. Be sure to properly identify everything you are attempting to treat as algae, and make sure you ask the experts for their advice.
specimen not looking particularly good. I resolved it by adding a good-quality trace element additive.
I'm fairly sure you're going to need new rock and sand in your new system. If you go with an interconnected plenum, its bacteria colony will form very quickly. Therefore, between the new live rock and the fast-forming bacteria in the plenum bed, your existing livestock should not have any problems in the new system.
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