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Old 02-06-2011, 03:00 AM   #21 
sayurasem
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Ive got that brown goop aswell, its completely harmless. Infact its good for your tank. They eat amonia and help produse oxygen for your fish ^.^ YOu can see it all over my heater in the back and on the roof of my hut in my pic.
me too. we have the same filter (aqueon). and the pump part of my filter has the brown stuff too.
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