04-05-2011, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Boredomb
Ok thanks Byron you had said earlier on in this thread that mopani wood fungus is harmful to fish and to keep an eye on it. How is it harmful to the fish? Is it from eating it or just being around it period? Is this something I just need to take out all together and try a different piece of wood?
The fungus that appeared on my piece of Mopani wood was poisonous to fish. They did not eat it; the water turned slightly cloudy and it affected their respiration. I've no idea how. But after scrubbing it thoroughly, and leaving it for about 2+ months in a tank of water (no fish), I saw no further fungus so I decided to put it back. It seems OK now, after maybe 4 months, with fish in the tank.