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Old 06-05-2011, 03:10 PM   #1
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Stringy slime?

I noticed some stringy slime floating around my tank this morning. I did a pwc yesterday. Any thoughts? I can get a picture if needed but it is odd to see the stringy slime floating around and getting caught on things.

I have a few corals and a pair of seahorses. I have a cleaner shrimp and my cuc.
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We need a picture, please.
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Snails make mucus as they move. If they leave a trail in high flow you could have that happen. Also, many corals discharge mucus regularly. One of the two is likely
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Ok so its gone, weird. I think I know what happened though. It looks like one of my hermits killed a snail.

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Sometimes my corals will give it off esp. my LPS corals during a PWC. Usually when the PWC water does not match the temp and PH of the tank water.
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