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    …Some of the most common sources are faulty pump wiring, biopellets, poorly filtered source water, and foods, which in excess can cause coral to bleach with little to no polyp extension and prolonged exposure can be fatal to coral. To make sure that your tank has the correct levels make sure to…

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    …be restored and Purigen is ready for reuse.   Note: Use regular 8.25% hypochlorite household bleach (non-scented, no dyes, do not use a splash-less bleach). Caution: some slime coat products may permanently foul Purigen and render regeneration difficult. Do not reuse if…

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    …and intensity of the lighting schedule. Most LED lights out on the market today have more power than what your corals can take and will quickly bleach out from too much light. By having a PAR meter to monitor the light intensity you will have tangible numbers to go off of, instead of just guessing.…

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    …intensity of the lighting schedule. Most LED lights out on the market today have more power than what your corals can take and will quickly bleach out from too much light. By having a PAR meter to monitor the light intensity you will have tangible numbers to go off of, instead of just guessing. …

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    …intensity of the lighting schedule. Most LED lights out on the market today have more power than what your corals can take and will quickly bleach out from too much light. By having a PAR meter to monitor the light intensity you will have tangible numbers to go off of, instead of just guessing. …

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    …expulsion of symbiotic zooxanthellae, known as “bleaching”); have suffered tissue damage either through fragmenting or propagation, or through the unwanted grazing activities of aquarium inhabitants. Research has shown that during bleaching events, some corals obtain the majority of…

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    …should be avoided.   * Maximum dosage is 1 mL per 25 gallons, every 7-10 days - net water volume. * Do not exceed recommended amount - over dosing will induce bleaching * Do not use on newly acclimated corals * Do not use in new systems * Only use with healthy corals

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    …intensity of the lighting schedule. Most LED lights out on the market today have more power than what your corals can take and will quickly bleach out from too much light. By having a PAR meter to monitor the light intensity you will have tangible numbers to go off of, instead of just guessing. …

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    …material to reduce the concentrations of these nutrients, however bringing the nutrient concentrations into "balance" will accomplish the same task. Failure to maintain adequate nutrient content in any reef system may result in bleaching and/or tissue degradation of zooxanthellate invertebrates.

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    …material to reduce the concentrations of these nutrients, however bringing the nutrient concentrations into "balance" will accomplish the same task. Failure to maintain adequate nutrient content in any reef system may result in bleaching and/or tissue degradation of zooxanthellate invertebrates.

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    …often this causes people to adjust their LED lights far past the ideal PAR level for their corals or plants. This usually results in burning, bleaching and/or death. With the PMK you can adjust your lights while monitoring exactly what light is affecting your corals and plants throughout the day.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …today have more power than your corals can handle and our eyes are poor judges of light intensity. Too much light can quickly result in coral bleaching and they may not be able to recover. By having a PAR meter to verify the light intensity you will have tangible numbers to go off of. With the…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS - Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity.\n LPS -Similar to soft corals, LPS will typically inhabit lower to moderate flow and light regions.…

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    …suspension-feeding invertebrates by encouraging reproduction of bacterioplankton (an important food source for those organisms). * Helps prevent bleaching in zooxanthellate corals. * Encourages polyp-expansion in corals, anemones, and their allies.   Instructions and…

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    …is required beyond removing algae with a clean, soft material. Avoid touching the sensor with fingers, since skin oils can damage it. Do not use bleach, soap, detergents or hard objects to clean the sensor. Some dye medications may discolor the sensor. Sensitivity improves with age, provided the…

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    …resin into pail and stir; allow beads to soak overnight; strain and rinse beads thoroughly in fresh water before re-using. Do not regenerate with bleach, which will damage resin and could kill aquarium inhabitants. Caution Keep out of reach of children. Not for human consumption Note Resin sold…

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