Re: NANFA-- stupid algae removal tricks...
Sun, 24 Dec 2000 14:59:22 EST

In a message dated 12/21/2000 7:51:44 PM Central Standard Time, writes:

<< I'd like to know if that works. I have a couple tanks infested with
stringy, floating algae. I'm not sure whether it's cyanobacteria or green
algae. If I can't kill it, I'm going to sterilize the tanks. Be careful
that you don't transfer the stuff between tanks. Wash everything in hot
I know they're not native, but neither are some of the rest of my fish. 2
Siamese Algae Eaters cleaned up my quarantine tank in three days, at least
everything visible. They stayed their another week before moving to my 55
gal discus tank, which they cleaned in about two weeks. And in those two
weeks, the algae hasn't come back in the 18XH quarantine tank, now occupied
by Elassoma z.


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