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Pond Substrate and Gravel

Pond Substrate and Gravel

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Cloudy Eye Treatments

Cloudy Eye Treatments

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Rhodophyta (Red or Macro Algae)

Rhodophyta (Red or Macro Algae)

Red kelp and coralline are the two most common types of red algae. These are a macro algae and consume the same nutrients that micro algae do.
Green Hair Algae

Green Hair Algae

GHA starts as flat green spots on your live rock and quickly develops into a green hairy mess. GHA like all other plants needs nitrates, phosphates and light to survive.
Dinoflagellates

Dinoflagellates

Dinoflagellates are a long stringy sticky nightmare with air bubbles. They are toxic and come in a variety of colours.
Diatoms

Diatoms

Diatoms are a source of food for your fish and produce oxygen and limit carbon dioxide. They are brown and crusty.
Cyanobacteria

Cyanobacteria

This is not really an algae but a form of bacteria.  Cyanobacteria can present as green, purple, black or red slime.
Caulerpa Algae

Caulerpa Algae

Caulerpa is a macro algae which is beneficial to reef systems as it consumes phosphates and nitrates while producing oxygen. It is best kept in a refugium, but it comes at a price and is not recommended as a method of macroalgae filtration.
Bryopsis Algae

Bryopsis Algae

Often introduced to tanks by live rock, most of your cleanup crew won’t touch these algae, so you will need another method to eliminate it.
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