I have some hair algae in my tank - only fine 3-4mm ones. But also several tufts of the nasty black brush algae.
Heck, I have quite a bit of algae in my tank period. Didn't have a problem a couple weeks ago when snails were in my tank - but the Clown Loach took care of that nuisance.
Tank Size - 20 gal high
Lighting - 2x22watt CF 5000K
CO2 - no
Planted - moderately - 5 red asian Vals (each have a large runner now too), 2 Anubias, two red tiger lotus (not doing so well), and three dwarf sags.
Fish - 4 Ottos, 1 Siamese Algae Eater, 3 Mollies, 1 Clown Loach
The SAE is doing a pretty good job munching a lot of the hair algae and the Ottos clean up a good deal of the sides and plants. But I think they are filling up on the smorgasbord and can't eat any more.
I was thinking of adding some bigger snails and let the clown take care of any spawn.
This is my first planted tank so it is largely a test one for me. Any guidance would be appreciated.