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Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:15 Apr 2019 16:57
by opae ula related
Algae In Space wrote:Am not using a heater at the moment :nerner:

Why go for gold when you can use platinum :what: https://www.aquael.pl/en/produkty/aquar ... um-heater/

It says: "...do not have any mechanical contacts or other wear-prone moveable parts. This guarantees a long, failure-free service life...".
This brand is tough to find in the US. :(

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:15 Apr 2019 20:55
by opae ula related


Video of the yellow colored Opae ula.

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:16 Apr 2019 11:46
by Algae In Space
opae ula related wrote: 15 Apr 2019 16:57
Algae In Space wrote:Am not using a heater at the moment :nerner:

Why go for gold when you can use platinum :what: https://www.aquael.pl/en/produkty/aquar ... um-heater/

It says: "...do not have any mechanical contacts or other wear-prone moveable parts. This guarantees a long, failure-free service life...".
This brand is tough to find in the US. :(

Oh I didn't know that...

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:24 Apr 2019 16:43
by Algae In Space
opae ula related wrote: 07 Apr 2019 20:29


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My thoughts (possible explanations) about the white stuff:

Fungus, sponge, bacteria, white algae, white sea weed, ...

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:24 Apr 2019 17:14
by opae ula related
My conclusion was white or dying seaweed. If you look closely, it looks like seaweed at certain angles.

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:25 Apr 2019 08:36
by Algae In Space
I really can't make it out :dead:

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:25 Apr 2019 15:45
by opae ula related
Algae In Space wrote:I really can't make it out :dead:
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See if this pic helps

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:25 Apr 2019 22:35
by Algae In Space
Aha! What‘s that white stick???

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:25 Apr 2019 23:21
by opae ula related
Algae In Space wrote:Aha! What‘s that white stick???
Twig or root of that plant at the 1 minute mark if the video.

Re: Opae Ula Related's Video Diary

PostPosted:26 Apr 2019 05:20
by opae ula related
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Rescaped the lohena/Opae ula tank and was able to hide the heater with no glue used the stack the volcano rock. Now the lohena really hide within the rocks.