bubbles on GSP

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01 Mar 2015 22:56 #1 by alkiely (alan kiely)
Hi all,

Just noticed bubbles growing on my GSP. Anybody now what this is and should I be worried about it...?

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01 Mar 2015 23:03 #2 by jeff (Jeff Scully)
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What colour are they could be a couple of things, or if you can put up a pic that will help to identify it

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01 Mar 2015 23:09 #3 by alkiely (alan kiely)
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They are clear, they look like the bubbles you would get in a planted thank when running CO2
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02 Mar 2015 01:07 #4 by jeff (Jeff Scully)
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Oxygen bubbles, the start of a nasty algea, what's ur po4 at and no3

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02 Mar 2015 14:26 #5 by alkiely (alan kiely)
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Tested the tank on Friday night everything was perfect.

Feeding once a day for two days then a day off. I'm not using a protein skimmer as I only have 3 small corals. Starting to thinking I was given the wrong info about using a skimmer with the amount of corals I have

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02 Mar 2015 19:18 #6 by jeff (Jeff Scully)
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only other thing i can think of is a build up of detritus in the sand and not running a skimmer with this happening is not helping

i had a similar problem for mts couldn't find the source at all after i took out my sand the problem was gone and my sand wasn't even their that long as i changed it before

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