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Old 12-05-2010, 07:36 PM   #11 
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So algae isn't really a problem itself unless it grows to proportions where it physically interferes with the fish. That's good to know!

Come to think of it I've seen friend's tanks with goldfish and guppies and the algae has been quite thick, so a little bit on the rocks isn't a concern I suppose.

Thanks again Oldfishlady, it's good to hear from someone experienced that it's natural and safe to leave as-is, I'm 100% for natural and didn't want to have to resort to putting chemicals in there or anything.
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