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Old 04-29-2004, 09:19 PM   #1
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Algea question

What kind of algea is pinkish with lots of bubbles on it? It is on top of the sand towards the rear.

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Could be cyanobacteria, does it look kinda slimy? You can siphon out what you can, direct more flow towards the affected area. I haven't had much luck with anything eating cyano, if the tank has just finished cycling recently then this could just be a passing algae bloom. Try the flow thing and try to keep nitrates and phosphates to a minimum. HTH
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