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Old 10-11-2004, 11:41 AM   #11
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Here's what I do with the bubble algae removal. On my water change days I use a 1/2" piece of flexible tubing and a bucket. I start a siphon and drain the water into the bucket. I use a dental pick to get underneath the bubble and release it and it gets sucked up the tube and into the bucket and if I happen to pop the bubble most of the spores are sucked out anyway. This method has greatly reduced the recurrance of the bubble algae....for me anyways.

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