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  1. #1

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    Hi, i made a full water change last saturday and today noticed this:

    please let me know what is it and how to treat it, if it needs to be treated. Currently i have no fish in the tank yet. can i add fish or do i need to get rid of this thing first?

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    Lookas like a harmless fungus that's common on driftwood. I've gotton it before only more white colored than that. A nice boiling will likely remove that.
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    will it harm my fish? if so, is there a way to kill it without pulling the driftwood off the tank? will the antidote to this fungus kill my moss or the morimo ball?

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    just pull out the wood and wash it off. it is harmless and very common with new tanks or new driftwood.

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