No credit to the uv?
Did you use rowaphos or other po4 remover media?What helped the most? The aquascape. I have total and easy access to entirely vacuum the sand. Takes all but 15 mins and into a filter sock. This gave me the advantage of staying on top of its critical mass.
Second: increased water flow. I hadn’t realized that my pumps weren’t running at 100%. Maybe 60%. Cranking them up with the simple turn of a knob helped clear the rock and suspend dinos in the water column. I basted regularly in nooks and crannies too (which I had done all along but the flow has helped.)
These easily observable factors I think were most important, allowing the “invisible” ones to make their impact. And these, naturally, will be up for debate.
I’m working on a report of what I did, scope photos, and will post ASAP.
Thanks! All photos shot on an iPhone 11 (mid-grade) through one of the orange lenses on this pair of coral viewing glasses: https://www.saltwateraquarium.com/fritz-uv-coral-reef-viewing-glasses-fritz-aquatic/I like your ability to take decent pictures in obviously very blue lighting. Things don't look super washed out or anything.