What Is This White Thing?

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by Sagar Joshi, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. Sagar Joshi

    Sagar Joshi Valued Member Member

    I have 32g tank with a clown pleco in it. Today morning I noticed this in the back of tank. Any idea what this is?

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  2. KinsKicks

    KinsKicks Fishlore VIP Member

    Hello!

    Umm...can you pick it up, examine, and report back?
     
  3. Jayd976

    Jayd976 Well Known Member Member

    looks like a white pebble?
     




  4. popsikle

    popsikle New Member Member

    Do you feed the pleco algae tabs? Thats what they look like after a day or two of not being moved by water / eaten. Ive only seen it once tho so...
     
  5. OP
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    Sagar Joshi

    Sagar Joshi Valued Member Member

    Yes I do, but I remove the uneaten ones everyday

    Pebble which came out of nowhere? :p
     
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  6. KinsKicks

    KinsKicks Fishlore VIP Member

    lol got any kids? I once caught my baby cousin dropping a rock (aquarium safe...I just didnt like it in the tank) into my tank :p...

    Have you touched it yet?? I really want to know what it is haha
     
  7. OP
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    Sagar Joshi

    Sagar Joshi Valued Member Member

    I am at work now. I will examine it for you after I go back home.
     
  8. KinsKicks

    KinsKicks Fishlore VIP Member

    lol thx. Ill be excited all day :p
     
  9. OP
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    Sagar Joshi

    Sagar Joshi Valued Member Member

    Jayd976 was right. It was a pebble. I wonder where it came from though!
     
  10. KinsKicks

    KinsKicks Fishlore VIP Member

    haha!

    Maybe it was in your substrate already and your pleco stirred it up to the surface?
     
  11. OP
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    Sagar Joshi

    Sagar Joshi Valued Member Member

    That would be my guess as well :)
    Thank you all!
     




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