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Old 08-18-2012, 07:45 PM   #1 
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Question eep algea on my anubias

I have 2 kinds of algea growing on my anubias.

In that tank.. there are 2 male betta thats it and its a 10 gallon c:

The tank is not in the sun, but theres some brown spots of algea growing on the leaves of the plant and its just a coat. The other algea is dark green and has the texture of hair. Before the tank housed bettas, that hair like algea was growing everywhere so I had to completely clean out the tank. I couldn't get the algea off of the anubias so I left it alone and put it back in

The algea isn't spreading from the plant but its growing more on the plant


How do I get rid of it?
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Lower light also turn it on a bit off a bit algae it takes longer to turn on than plants algae eaters live apple snails Otto's rub your finger over the plant.
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