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|10-10-2011 05:31 AM|
|sewingalot||I would love to see that under a microscope to find out what that is! If you are interested in shipping me some, shoot me a pm and I'll give you a for sure id.|
|10-10-2011 03:36 AM|
Originally Posted by willbldrco View Post
|10-09-2011 07:56 PM|
|Abrium||I have only seen this type of algae when I took some seed algae from a local water source. I wish I would of known how to deal with this algae then.|
|10-08-2011 09:25 AM|
Originally Posted by Jeffww View Post
|10-07-2011 04:55 AM|
|Jeffww||Looks like oedogonium. The stuff's a pain in the ass to kill. When I was testing algaecides I used this as my model species..It survived copper based treatment quite well...I'd say hit it with excel directly or H2O2.|
|10-07-2011 04:23 AM|
|jl209||Wish I could help ill at least give you a bump.|
|10-06-2011 07:54 AM|
Strange flat curely algae on glass (and gravel?)
I'm seeing a new algae I've not seen before on my aquarium's glass. It occurs in an area of high current and medium light. It's very spotty and grows in short thready curls. It will show up even after a couple days after a 50% weekly water change with IE dosing.
Anyone know what it is?
My pH has been very low (6.0-6.2) lately as a result of increasing CO2 to get rid of it (not helping). I rolled by my CO2 to it's original levels as a result of an Amano dying (and possibly an Otto, although that could have been due to harassment from new Odessa Barbs).
Typical parameter before a water change:
KH: 4 degrees
GH: 5 degrees