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i have a tank simple tank set up to grow java moss. it has fluval stratum, 2x1 watt t8s, and that's about it. i dose EI every now and again and the moss is doing great. there are no fish in this tank, and only a few pond snails that snuck in.

the issue is i have had a huge outbreak of cyclops. they are completely covering the glass and i can't figure out where they are coming from. i don't add food to the tank and there isn't a huge amount of dead plant matter in it.

anyway, how do i go about getting rid of these? i can nuke the tank pretty easily if it doesn't harm the java moss.
 

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Why do you even want to get rid of them? They don't kill anyone and fish love eating them...
there are no fish in the tank and when i move my moss to the new tank, there will still be no fish. they crawl all over the glass and i don't want to see them anymore :icon_conf

is there a product like flubenzadole or something i could use to take them out?
 
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