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Old 03-22-2005, 10:51 PM   #1
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Strange early morning cloud

It has certainly been an eventful tank week. (Heater suddenly died, Xenia's being eaten). Then this morning I checked the tank it was extremely cloudy, I could barely see the back of the tank. I immediately ran some basic water tests and everything was fine. I noticed there was a some suds on the water surface similiar to what you see at the beach. I scooped the suds out with a brine shrimp net and added some carbon. By the time I came home from work the tank was 95% clear. My first thought was some sort of bacterial dieoff. All tank inhabitants seem accounted for. Anyone else ever notice something like this? Thanks
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Old 03-23-2005, 01:42 PM   #2
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Maybe something might of spawned.
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Anythings possible. Strange things happen after the lights go out. Tank is back to normal but I will be watching closely to see if it happens again.
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