[Zbrafish] Reply to Pink Water Topic

Tiago Filipe Baptista da Rosa Repolho trepolho at bio.ua.pt
Mon Jun 12 12:07:06 EST 2006


Dear Mr. Moore Gayle,

I would advise you to check under the microscope the 
presence of any unfamiliar organisms such as microalgae or 
more specifically as an example red microalgae.

Regards,

Tiago

Em Mon, 12 Jun 2006 12:00:23 -0500 (EST)
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> The water in our fish system has recently turned pink. 
>Daily 10-20%
> water changes help a little, but it's as pink as ever 
>again the next
> day. Does anyone have any insight? 
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