Re: NANFA-- just to create paranoia ;)
Mon, 24 Nov 2003 22:14:38 -0500

Quoting Lance Merry <>:

> I've had a problem like this with rock bass. (This is probably something
> different because no crater is formed.) If my tank has an algea bloom (not
> uncontrollable but to where everything is covered) my rock bass get these
> small bubbles on their skin and they start acting funny then they will quit
> eating. It will end up killing them if not removed to another tank. This
> might sound silly but I only get algea blooms in the tanks with rock
> much so that I don't keep a light on my rock bass tank.

That's very interesting. DO the bubbles disappear by themselves once the fish
are placed in a different tank?
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