Yellow Aquarium Water – It’s Not Like ‘Yellow Snow’

I know, I know I was trying to be humerous with the title to this post and yes I know – it didn’t work!

Anyway, yellow aquarium water – what’s that all about then?

Yellow aquarium water is caused by organic matter which is decaying and forms a ‘yellow’ matter in the aquarium. The term for this is gilvin.

So why has this happened and what can you do to rectify it. [Read more]

Yellow Aquarium Water – It’s Not Like ‘Yellow Snow’
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2 Comments
  1. Sounds an interesting topic but I could get to the full article as the [Read More] link did not lead anywhere.
    Nice website though.
    .-= Gideon´s last blog ..Tank Stability in the Saltwater Aquarium =-.

  2. Hi.

    Thanks for the comment on the website. We’ve had trouble with one or two ‘Read More’ links before, I’ll mention it to Peter.
    .-= John´s last blog ..We’re Still Here – But Very Busy At The Moment! =-.

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