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Old 02/21/2020, 08:58 PM   #6
ThRoewer
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I had it just the same, nothing for a year or two and then the males in the system started getting bubbles.
Even if you don't change anything actively the system changes: detritus starts accumulating, some bacterial strains decline, other strains start to thrive, algae change,...
In my case I suspected it was bacterial strain shift due to a green hair algae flare-up.
I treated it by separating the affected males from the females for a while and did a deep cleaning of the tanks.


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