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|11-11-2012 09:22 AM|
Originally Posted by Hoppy View Post
|11-11-2012 04:00 AM|
|Hoppy||I think BBA is really a red algae anyway. But, it looks black to us for some reason. Mine turn pink or red when I squirt Excel on it, then it gets white, then it vanishes. (Then it returns as new BBA!)|
|11-11-2012 03:46 AM|
|Merth||Good news is if tank params havent changed it will come back lol..sorry couldnt resist! :0|
|11-11-2012 03:25 AM|
I still need to get co2 for my tank bit RS good to know then that the BBA is dying
|11-11-2012 12:42 AM|
|QQQUUUUAADDD||Yup, it's dying BBA. When ever I spot treat BBA with Excel, it starts to turn red. I then know that it's dying.|
|11-10-2012 11:47 PM|
|Darkblade48||Red BBA is the best kind of BBA. The dying kind.|
|11-10-2012 11:15 PM|
No power ... No light ... No BBA
Red mean its dying
|11-10-2012 11:10 PM|
|DeeJayA1||Sounds like the power outage may have been a blessing in disguise (for your bba). From my experience, when it turns red, it's dying.|
|11-10-2012 10:53 PM|
BBA turning RED?????
So, its been about two weeks without power back at my home (sandy).
However, even before that had happened I had acquired a rather bad case of BBA. It basically has carpet all of my driftwood....left plants alone however. In any event....it apparently has turned a bright red according to my parents. I haven't seen this myself, but I have no idea what that means. So help?