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Yes; most algae even live in water (such as pond algae).
The green water in your garden pond is caused by green algae that grows in the water. There are chemicals that are made to control the amount of algae in the pond without harming your fish that are in the pond. The safest and best solution is to stock fish that eat this algae and use them as your control method. You don't want to have a pond with no algae in it as this is normal and shows that you have a healthy environment. Too much algae makes it hard for your fish to move and breath so it needs to be controlled.
Algae use much of the oxygen in water.
it eats algae
Pond scum consists of algae. Algae is an autotroph, meaning they do not need to eat. Instead, they produce food internally from carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight using photosynthesis.Pond scum is a algae, a plant. It needs sunlight. If you want to not have pond scum, you need to aerate the water. Avoid plant fertilizers as they will just make the pond scum grow faster.
Algae covered the top of the pond. The pond was full of algae.
The answer is that the algae will block the sunlight and can cause some living animals in the pond die. Also, bacteria will grow, break down everything in the pond, but not the algae, and will get in the oxygen in the water. Fishes and other organisms in the water die without fresh oxygen. About the only life that survives is the algae on the surface.
There are lots of types of algae. but algae live, grow and multiply in water. but where you ask? in a fish tank, pond, or the ocean.
Algae, water ribbons and reed
Pond silk is the common name of Spirogyra (algae) because it is very slimy in shape.
If the population of algae in a pond dies, what will happen to the population of fish that eat the algae?
Yes, it is because without any algae some living animals in the pond would die. Algae can be food for some creatures in the pond. If your pond is just for admiring and not for living creatures, no, it isn't because the algae will take over the pond and no living creature is in it to eat the algae.
Algae in a goldfish pond is quite common with an increase in sun (light) and temperature. To try and keep algae to a minimum you will want to look at ways to provide the pond with shade, and regularly change out some of the water for fresh water during the warmer months.
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Pond skater or water striders belong to the Gerridae family, with 500 species. A common European species is Gerris remigis.
The scientific name would be Annona glabra.
Under examination, pond water is full of microbes. Bacteria is found in large numbers, as are protozoa and algae.
Pond scum is green algae of the phylum chlorophyta of the protista kingdom.
In a pond, there is no possible way of keeping an algae-free pond with fish in it. You can choose one or the other- A pond with fish and some algae or a pond with no algae and no fish. The chemicals needed to kill ALL algae would kill the fish. I have a pond with around 20 koi. I use Green Clean. It is a white powder and it kills most of the algae when it hits it. I find that PondCare Algaefix also somewhat works.
they eat tiny insects that land on the surface of the water and algae
All you have to do is get a rake and scoop all of the algae out.
The accepted scientific name is Argyrotaenia amatana.
algae comes from a pond!! when you have a little algae it will grow by its self