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I have a 38 gallon SA tank w/ 4 bolivians, 5 ottos, and 5 neon tetras. I have live plants with co2, w/ flora glow light. I feed 1x a day frozen blood worms, and all inhabitants eat this. I recently noticed that the top of the water has an oily apperance, a film on the very top. What is the cause for the film. I only feed enough that all worms get eaten, w/out any reaching the bottom. Water changes are 50% every two weeks with ro water. I do use root tabs as well as liquid fertilizer for plants. Any ideas how to eliminate or prevent this film?