Now that sounds like biofilm then.MissNoodle said:Ive had these, assumed it was a type of algae... they went away after some time. Ive seen some fish graze it off the glass when I had it.
There is at least one german manufacturer that offers specialized jellyfish tanks (that type of tank is called a tumbler). But please don't ask me what they cost. I know by chance that the Zoo Aquarium Berlin and Monterey Bay Aquarium helped developing those.John58ford said:Anyone have a spare round tank with a custom filtration system and tons of live microfood? I would love to see a fellow hobbyist grow one of these out to full adult just to say they could do it. I would try but I don't think I have the skill or space.
There is a pretty good thread on this site also you can take a look at- What Are These Mushroom/umbrella Shaped Things In My Tank?!? | Freshwater Beginners 317154GreenGilGal said:vorticella... it looks like a match found this site it has a pic and info and aquarium advice forum ( I had a friend look at a sample burger a microscope and it has been identified as "vorticella.") So next getting rid of them hmmmm.