I just want to add, I don't normally advocate adding fish or inverts to solve an algae problem. It's always best to try to find the source of the problem and fixing it. The mollies like every other quick fix remedy is just that, a quick fix. It's not really addressing the issue but controlling it. They will eat the algae but once it's gone, I would suggest that you supplement their diet with another type of algae. They don't really care for sw flakes but will eat cyclops, mysid, brine and algae wafers. I intend to try them on nori, just haven't gotten any yet.
The above is from Fluff and from another Post: "Who Likes Green Hair Algae?"
I believe that the temperature of my tank is what is causing this problem.
It is consistently between 80 and 82-83 degrees.
I have tried to keep a fan on the tank, and have the hood open but I don't want anyone jumping for it.
Besides adding a chiller, is there anything else that I can do?
I do have my heater unplugged, while an obvious solution I did want to make it known that I had thought of that.
Is there anything else I can do?