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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #646
I didn't see my email in the last two digests so I will try again.
I read the articles in the Krib and other sources. I have what I will
call for lack of a better discriptor, cotton ball like dark green algae
that grow along the surface of the tank and especially under the plant
leaves. It grow very thickly. I describe it as cotton ball like because
it has individual threads of algae that grow matted. Ottos and SAE won't
touch it. I basically goe in and try and remove it, but it grows so
intertwinned among my E. bolivianus and E quadrocostatus that I end up
pulling out the plants.
It only grows in one of my 4 tanks. Any idea of what it is and what
could keep it in control/eliminate it?