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    Well he's back down in that area so there are some red flags coming up...my NH3 reading is quite different than yesterday I can't tell if it is tan or fluorescent yellow. I looked at the charts on the computer because I lost mine and I really can't accurately distinguish where I am at...it could be anywhere from about 0 to .50 ppm ....not good. My Nitrites are zero along with my NO3 is at 15 ppm. I am going to the LFS and getting some more seawater to do an emergency water change. I might spend 16 bucks on some more biospira just to make sure. So I am hoping that I am just paranoid...Update...when I put the NH3 color on a white backgrond on the other charts and look at the color on the computer...it simply just looks closer to 0 than everything else. Just puzzled
    Last edited by The Wedge; 11-21-2008 at 05:43 PM.
    And it's the ocean flowing in our veins
    Oh..That it's the salt that's in our tears
    Oh..Cause we could have come so very far
    Oh..In at least as many years
    Take the highway through the Great Divide - T.A. and T.M.

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    A water change wouldn't hurt. I would take your SW in and get it tested, to get a better check on your levels.
    40g SW

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    Great picture. It's beautiful. COngrats!!
    We can be as honest as we are ignorant. If we are, when asked what is beyond the horizon of the known, we must say that we do not know.

    Robert G. Ingersoll

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    My clown did a similar thing when I switched it from my old 15 gallon to my new tank. It hung around the bottom near a rock and did a sort of shimmy dance on the bottom glass kicking up some sand. Was from breaking up it's old territory in the previous tank. I would just keep some extra saltwater ready at all times and test the parameters and do waterchanges as needed rather then dump a bunch more biospira.

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    Do you think a SG of 1.026 could cause this behavior. The seawater comes at this SG...I don't have much evaporation so it stays at this level with minimal top-off.
    And it's the ocean flowing in our veins
    Oh..That it's the salt that's in our tears
    Oh..Cause we could have come so very far
    Oh..In at least as many years
    Take the highway through the Great Divide - T.A. and T.M.

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