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Old 07-05-2010, 03:25 PM   #1
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copepods ?

I know this is a poor picture but the things on the inside glass of my tank are so small I cant get a decent picture I think they are copepods but Im unsure. There are thousands of them. any advice.
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Look like "pods" to me, but an exact ID... no idea.

Enjoy them while you have them. Now is the time to start a fuge if you have the room and desire. They tend to ebb and flow with the age of the tank if not supplemented IME.
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If you see them moving about then I would say yes they are some kind of pod. Pods are a good sign and nothing to worry about.
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looks like copepods....i have the samething in my tank
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