Algae – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Blue-green algae on surface of aquarium
A little algae can make aquarium decorations look more realistic, but when it gets out
A 'common pleco' aka Pterygoplichthys pardalis - these are often bought as algae eaters
... The gibbiceps is often sold as an algae eater but their eventual size makes them a
How To Get Rid of String Algae in Your Pond (For Good!)
ecosystem damage Fertilizers are ...
Black beard algae growing on the surface of an aquarium plant
Keeping the nitrates low is one of the best ways to remove brown algae and prevent it from showing its ugly head.
How To Get Rid of Algae Problems In The Aquarium And Solutions. Wayne's Fish World
Black Beard Algae: 3 Easy Ways to Destroy BBA in your Aquarium/Plus Keeping BBA from Returning.
Get Rid of Slime Algae in Your Fish Aquarium
How to Clean Algae from a Fish Tank | Aquarium Care
A Set-up Guide for New Algae Eater Fish
Mosquito Fish, Misnamed, Misunderstood and a Potential Menace
Close-up of fish swimming In aquarium at home
How To DESTROY Algae in 30 Seconds (Get Rid Of Aquarium Algae FAST) - YouTube
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How to Get Rid of Brown Algae in Fish Tank
The Causes and Cures of Cyanobacteria or Blue-Green Slime Algae
HOW TO: Prevent & Reduce Aquarium Algae
A bloom of blue-green algae is shown by researchers near Edmonton. Toxins from the microbe — actually bacteria — are likely behind the deaths of three dogs ...
Algae bloom in Lake Erie, September 2017.
Goldfish can live in ponds and aquariums.
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Although algae is not a primary food for many pond fish, most species will still consume small amounts when available.
10-742 Harmful Algal Bloom illustration-web
Find out why beautiful aquarium fish die and what you can do about it!
Algae eaters need supplementary food as well as algae, this 'Chinese algae eater'
Why “Annual” Cleaning a Pond is BAD - unhealthy conditions for fish
Dog swims through an algae bloom in North Carolina.
The Common Pleco shown here is a 40cm/16″ adult, and the Bristlenose
hot to get rid of algae in your fish tank
In addition to aeration, good pond sanitation practices help control algae.
Dirty Tank? Let's Clean It Up!
Mollies eating the black algae(sorry about photo quality)
The Dangers Of Blue Green Algae
There are many causes of fish kill, but oxygen depletion is the most common cause.
blanket weed spreads quickly in summer.
Avoid a cloudy fish tank and keep your water crystal clear by practicing good aquarium maintenance
Protagonists require antagonists. A hero needs a villain. In our story of the fishtank, the bad guys were unified by genetics: the guppies.
Fish washed ashore at the Sanibel Causeway after dying in a red tide on August 1, 2018, in Sanibel, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Brown algae covering aquarium glass and plants
Golden Ancistrus pleco catfish Bristle-nose aquarium fish
The plec shown here is fully grown, and the bristlenose is almost fully grown -
Brown algae on sand substrate in tank
Too much nitrogen and phosphorus in the water can have diverse and far-reaching impacts on public health, the environment and the economy.
Looks at this terrible tank!
Dealing with the Diatom Bloom (aka brown algae)
Here in So-Cal we get plenty of sunshine and warm weather. These are perfect growing conditions for both “string algae” and “pea soup” algae.
How to Manage Algae in Aquaponics and Hydroponics
Crossocheilus siamensis Sae algae eater fish, freshwater tank landscape, close-up photo,
Algal blooms can present problems for ecosystems and human society.
Pterygoplichthys gibbiceps aka 'gibbi' or sailfin plec are often sold as algae eaters.
Blue-green algae on gravel and plant
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Tetra Algae Control Demonstration
Nobody wants algae all over their aquarium plants and decorations.
What is a harmful algal bloom?
Black beard algae completely covering an aquarium mask decoration
Before and after of blue-green algae removal from aquarium
Philippines Java Fern in an Aquarium
Many aquariums end up like this. Image from www.losangeleschronicle.com/articles
Green waters of Lake Erie