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  1. I think I have the starts of a little black beard algae in my work tank. I am debating on whether I use a sponge from that tank to jump start a new one. When we get plants, fish and stuff from other places, who knows what all can come in on them. Is it best to think of your tank as contaminated with all the different types of algae and that it is your job to just try to keep them at bay? Or it worth trying to play the odds to keep algae like black beard algae quarantined in the other tank?
  2. I have 2-3 pea puffers in an overgrown 20 gallon long, I placed them in there for quarantine around 2 months ago maybe longer and now they live in there, I don’t know if all 3 made it because the whole tank is covered in Christmas and Java Moss so I only see one or two at a time, I usually scoop out some snails and frogbit from my indoor guppy pond to feed them as I know the guppies are healthy but today I accidentally double dipped the spoon I used to grab the snails, how worried should I be about spreading disease from my puffers to my guppies? thanks, Jerry
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