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Surface scum solutions?

>Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 07:37:04 EDT
>From: K9AUB at aol_com
>Subject: Re: Surface film
>In a message dated 9/12/2000 00:53:24 Pacific Daylight Time,
>Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com writes:
> > I have a 125gal planted tank established for over 6 years. I have a 
> >  film that looks like a thin layer of wax paper floating. When I do a 
> >  change and do pruning It disappears. Then the film starts back within 
> >  hours and builds. It does not seem to affect the fish. If I try to 
> >  up with a fine mesh net, some is collected and the rest breaks up in 
> >  turbulence, looking like skin peelings. It has no odor and washes out 
> >
> >  net easily. I use a CO2, yeast system, but have turned it off for over 
> > week
> >  now.
> >  Any suggestions?
Since noone else as mentioned it, wasn't there a reference to using black 
mollies for removing this film.  I don't know who mentioned it, but I have 
this film from time to time and would like to know of anyone who has had 
mollies take care of this problem.

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