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There is a web like thing in my tank. Is it coming from the moss ball, which also houses lots of wee snails.

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Clear the whole lot out, the snails love going to the Moss Ball near Christmas :>)

All have to go, it should all be clean.

Posted on Dec 12, 2016

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    Andrew Taylor Dec 12, 2016

    OP posted to the category cars and trucks when the problem is a Fish Tank, not a vehicle gas tank or an in-ground Water Tank. Anyway...

    Fish tank? Get rid of the snails and the moss and the web. Or at least the web and find the spider that made it, although the fish may have eaten it.

    With your other post (this one, you deleted where I was going to post this), I thought it was a well tank.

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    Andrew Taylor Dec 12, 2016

    It is so confusing when people post to the wrong category! We can't read minds... yet :>)

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