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I too am battling cladaphora algae (bad smelling,
I have been removing clumps for weeks, by hand. A
while ago, I purchased 10 ameca splendens. They do
eat this algae, but not the point that my tank has
been rid of it.
In total I have in this tank (135gal):
2 adult SAE's
4 juvenile SAE's
2 adult American Flag Fish
8 adult Ameca splendens (2 died for no good reason)
1 rosy barb
I previously added about 10 c. japonica, but I think
they all crawled out and died.
I am winning the war, but slowly. Most of the algae
are restricted to areas the fish have a hard time
getting to. Things have improved to the point that I
have a legitimate e. acicularis foreground, for the
first time. But let me tell you, this algae is tough!
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