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Old 06-30-2011, 02:36 AM   #1
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slimy threads

i have this slimy thread looking stuff on rocks looks like string kinda like spider webs in between crevices on rocks
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i have this slimy thread looking stuff on rocks looks like string kinda like spider webs in between crevices on rocks
What color ?
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Clear with ether sand or tanish algae growth
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What color ?
I think this is the same stuff can't get a picture of the other stuff
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How long as your tank Been set up ? Have u used any kind of bottled bacteria
Or Anything? What did u use
To Cycle? I'm not really sure hopefully someone who knows will
Come along soon. I know when I cycled
With raw Shrimp it grew white fuzzy
Stuff..
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spider webs sound like vermetid snails. that stuff in the picture is something different. it's most likely sponge.
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spider webs sound like vermetid snails. that stuff in the picture is something different. it's most likely sponge.
Well the picture is a live rock with some sort of algae on it
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white algae?
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white algae?
Is it bad and what will get rid of it
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