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Oman Azmat

Please help I need to know about this substance that is covering my shrimp aquarium bed into white... I have yellow, red shrimps in it with water plants.

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jayc

Do you have a picture?

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Oman Azmat

Yes but due to high pixels unable to upload it although I took it from my phone 

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sdlTBfanUK

I have had the same with my pictures. I use my computer to edit them to get them to a smaller KB size by reducing the size of the photos etc.

I don't have a mobile (yes we do exist), but can you change the settings on that to a lesser setting?

Simon

 

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Oman Azmat

I have reduced the picture quality still it shows error to upload file less then 1000kb 😞

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Zoidburg

You can use a program like Paint (click) to reduce the size of the image.

Otherwise, you can upload the image to an image hosting website, make sure image is public, and share the link.

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sdlTBfanUK

My photos were below 500kb so you may still be a bit large???? Thats only a guess though!!!

A real stab in the dark but if it is a recently set up tank, it may be fungus, that isnt a rare occurance with new tanks. There is a photo on this recent post if that helps?

 

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