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  1. If it doesn't move, it's probably some kind of sponge growth. Harmless. If it moves, it's probably some kind of flatworm. Probably harmless too.
  2. Excellent idea. But I do wonder if the stock light has enough PAR at all. Are there any specs on the output?
  3. Chaeto are plants. They need light. You can't stuff them inside the filter chamber and expect them to survive in the long term.
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  13. You can try the pantyhose trick... Put a piece of fish meat on a bunch of pantyhose, and sink it to the bottom at night... chances are... its legs may get caught in it and you can then scoop it out the next morning. Good luck!
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  22. Whether your plants even require any or little dosing is entirely up to you. There are plenty of setups of slow growing ferns and mosses that are perfectly balanced and grow at a rapid pace on their own. For the majority of planted tanks however, a little addition of carbon dioxide will go a long way towards making your plants grow more lush and beautiful. View the full article
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