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Old 05-03-2007, 06:23 AM   #1
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Bright Pink on LR!

Just curious, i woke up this morning and in the moonlight of my 14 nano there was and still is bright hot pink all over the top of my lr anyone know if this is bad? or what it is?
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Sounds like coraline algea to me. Not a bad thing. The only problem is that it will be on your glass before long and you`ll need a scraper to get it off. It shows that your tank parameters are pretty good.
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Old 05-03-2007, 09:56 AM   #3
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perhaps pics . with out pics I would hazzard a guess of coraline like Mel said
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i got pictures i just got home from work and theres even more pink but now it looks like its red with pink on it check it out!



and also what are these things?
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The bottom pic looks like a flat worm the upper pics I would say is coraline algea good stuff till it hits the glass LOL
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So the algea is ok but what about the other stuff? the worms?
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Coraline is very good...
need a better pic to ID that, Im would not say its a FW from that pic.
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what do you mean it's not a FW? What does freshwater have to do with anything?
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I think he meant flat worm.
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oh ok, yea so my flame scallop has to the the worms looking things coming out of his mouth and attached to the glass so im guessing its something to do with him rather than a worm.
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