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Old 12-16-2008, 07:00 PM   #11
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Make a batch of SW and before you put it in the tank do some water test. Your source water may be adding them to your tank. You are not using tap water are you?
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Old 12-17-2008, 12:22 AM   #12
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No...My water come from Monterrey bay - California - its salt water from the ocean
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I forgot to ask, how did you acclimate your fish?
Can you explain or take a pic of the algae?
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I had that fish for a month or so...when I had the fish for the first day I left inside the plastic bag(inside the tank) for 20 minutes and every 5/10 minutes I mix the water from the tank inside the bag.
I'll take a picture for the alge but look like diatons and a green algae, but its not the green hair algae. It's look like a thick green tiny hair...all togheter specialy on the LR. I'll post a picture

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