6g office nano, 20g aio cube, 2 x 40g breeder community and 75g
Thanks! Know I can clean it off with a toothbrush... I'm just wondering if I should? I may leave the hardscape & back glass a little green and scrape the sides down? It is good for the shrimp. I have a Fluval 3.0 on there at 40% max at it's brightest for a total of 8 hours.If you really dislike it, you can use a toothbrush or sponge to scrub it off.
I'm of the opinion that it looks good in a shrimp tank, though, and ends up being okay if it's just on a few areas of hardscape like that. Never lasts very long in any my shrimp tanks, so it may be something that disappears relatively quickly for you.
What's your lighting situation? Cutting that down a bit may help eliminate it.