Setting up a reef aquarium
has its own distinct set of pleasures and challenges. Few aquarium fans would dispute the distinctive benefits one gets from a reef aquarium. The swaying coral formations, the wild variety of coral colors, the transluscent appendages swaying with the ebb and flow of your tank's currents not only make for great conversation pieces but also provides endless hours of relaxation just observing the beautiful sway of marine life. Behind these awesome benefits however is the reality of maintenance.
Maintaining a salt water environment poses its own distinct set of challenges from the standard freshwater tank set up. Not only do you need differing specialized equipment, the nutritional needs of your reef tank differs as well. Reef organisms require specific lighting levels or else it might impact their health. For example, if you use heavy lighting, this will lead to zooxanthellae organisms producing too much oxygen. This can lead to your coral becoming bleach white.
Bleach white corals don't look as good as normally colored corals. Avoid this problem by applying Prodibio Iodi+ vials from Pet Store
to your marine tank's water. This supplement helps your coral adapt to variations in lighting levels. In particular, it neutralizes the production of excess oxygen by zooxanthelle. As a result, your corals maintain their distinct beautiful coloring.
IODINE is a very important trace element. It is rapidly eliminated by invertebrates, protein skimmer, active carbon, algae or is dispersed into the atmosphere.
IODI + gives your aquarium the iodine it needs for the development and coloring of invertebrates. It helps them to adapt to lighting changes and neutralize excess oxygen produced by zooxanthellae in the case of excessive lighting and thus fight whitening.
IODI + is particularly beneficial for Xenia, Anthelia, Clavularia and corallimorphs. In the long term, it has a beneficial effect on hard corals and favors the sloughing of crustaceans.
The decisive advantage:
Adding 1 ampoule of IODI + you know that you are adding 76mg of iodine in the aquarium.