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Old 11-21-2003, 02:17 PM   #1
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Bubbles underneath the LR

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I had been seeing air bubbles of varying size the underside of the LR. When you shake the LR a little, the bubbles will rise up to the surface. The LR is kind of suspended above substrate by 2 other LR. One side is facing the Hood, the other side is facing the sand bed. The side that is facing the sandbed is the side that has all the bubbles.
Anything that I should worry about?
Since started the tank about 6 weeks ago, my wife had been complaining about me staring at the tank for too long and spending too much time on the tank..........what to do...just can't help it.
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Anything that I should worry about?
Nope... just nitrates being converted into nitrogyn gas. all perfectly normal

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Since started the tank about 6 weeks ago, my wife had been complaining about me staring at the tank for too long and spending too much time on the tank..........what to do...just can't help it.

Get her a tank of her own to stare into. 8O
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Since started the tank about 6 weeks ago, my wife had been complaining about me staring at the tank for too long and spending too much time on the tank..........what to do...just can't help it.


Maybe get her to come to a store or look online to find a fish or coral she likes and get it! It may give her a new interest in it.

My water produced bubbles too and it turned into a green algae. That lasted for a while and now it's gone. It's just a phase I think
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