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Hi I just caught my 2 yr old eating the Pleco alge pelletts behind the couch. Are they poisonous? Do I need to take her to hospital the info line won'tgive me an answer as the don't know. Like WTF!!!! Sorry just freeing out a bit
Have a small out break of blue green alge. I recently up graded my light so im thinking it maybe due to that from what ive read to much light can be a cause. Im 99% sure it is blue green alge.... Whats the best way to control it. Tank has a small Jack and a large Pleco in it atm Thanks in advance NS
Hi Guys, I have had my african cichlid tank set up now for approx 2 months and i have noticed brown alge growing on my 3d background and some on the lava rock and alittle on the glass??? All my amonia levels and ph and water quality is great so why is this happening?? Natural process i thought, but i would like to know how do i get rid of it?? Im running a otto internal filer and an Ehiem external filter in a 4ft tank. :-) Cheers!!