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    Bryopsis Spot Treatment?

    First we need a nuisiance distruction forum hahaha

    Has anyone been able to spot treat Bryposis in the tank? Like Calc, or a boiling water shot to the roots? Peroxide etc?

    I will probably try boiling water and see what happens, it used to work on aptasia.
    200 Gallon - starfire - Marineland deep tank - Waveline DC12000 - 75 Gallon sump
    Neptune Apex - (2) Crystal Reef/OBD (Helios) lights - 2 eco tech mp40qd MP40QD

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    I have not done this personally, but this is what I found on the web.

    http://www.reefcentral.com/forums/sh....php?t=1903281
    Tom
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    So.. I have had the tech m at 1800 for about 20 days, and it was still growing, I did lights out for a couple days and that helped but i was still losing. I received 10 turbo snails, and in 4 days. Gone. Literally the entire tank stripped. Mag is still high and I will taper down but soo happy with those snails, if there is any hidden or small Briopsis it will kill it in addition to those ruthless turbo snails!
    200 Gallon - starfire - Marineland deep tank - Waveline DC12000 - 75 Gallon sump
    Neptune Apex - (2) Crystal Reef/OBD (Helios) lights - 2 eco tech mp40qd MP40QD

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    I prefer emerald crabs as the are meticulous in picking every crevice. Where as snails meander about in lapping the surfaces. Just look at their tracks on the glass...their preferred lazy hunt.
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