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Old 06-06-2005, 05:11 PM   #1
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Please take a look at the pic

A flame goby just died, I guess it was last night and i just found it, can you tell me what surrounds it? looks like slime or mucus, or perhaps something nested on it?

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The natural tank bacteria just doing it's job I beleive
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I can't see it; I think maybe you need a bigger picture. (yes, I am kidding)
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The natural tank bacteria just doing it's job I beleive
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i cant find it, even if i couldnt help
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Probably fungus acting to break down the carcas too.
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Yeah, its funny sometimes. Something dies, you might never see it. This is a good thing because it means all the nasties a carcass could produce are being consumed.

Your tank is doing a good job at that, tho I am surprised you were actually able to get a shot of this process.
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