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Old 30-04-2006, 02:55 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.plants
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Default Beard Algae in a 10G

Another thing that can cause this is to much natural sunlight, Over
fertilizing, and over feeding, allowing the tank to build up an abundance of
food that your plants do not need if you have any at all, also depending on
location, and municiple flitration can also be taddle tail cause of algae
issues

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Hey!

I've got beard algae in my 10G tank. I was curious if someone could
reccomend a good fish or product that would take care of the algae?

The tank is about two years old, and fully cycled. The only inhabitants
are a group of 7 neon tetra. The tank gets water changes of 20% every
other week.

Thanks in advance for any help,
Evan Davis




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