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Care of Fish
How do you remove green algae from aquariums?
November 22, 2010 4:58PM
You can remove it by buying a fish to eat it such as a Siamese Algae Eater, use a scrubber, or algae removing chemicals(don't suggest the algae chemicals). Remember, a little bit of algae is good for the tank unless it is the slimy blue-green algae.
How do you kill algae in a small goldfish pond?
You should really get a algae eater. Some of the alge killers are harmful to the fish. it really depends on what type of algae. if its green water algae then use and algicide which you can purchase from aquariums. if it's filament algae then get some snail or algae eating fish. the quickest solution is to scrap the algae off yourself.
What is the difference between blue-green algae and green algae?
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Green algae often differ from land plants in that some green algae?
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What organisms use carbon dioxide as the source of their carbon?
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Green algae came from which kingdom?
Green algae belong to Kingdom Protista. Green algae is a very diverse type of algae. Actually, green algae is sort of similar to plants. The green algae contain two forms of chlorophyll and capture light energy to produce sugar in similar with the plant. However, unlike the plants the green algae are aquatic. The species are named algae because they are aquatic and make their own food.
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