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  1. How do people/big time breeders get all the green algae on the tank walls? And is it actually beneficial? You always see shrimplets grazing on it, but never heard a lot of discussion about it.
  2. A few weeks ago I started my very first shrimp tank. I started noticing a bunch of small white dandelion looking growths all over the glass and filter of my tank. They're so small you can hardly see them with your eyes unless you're looking very closely. They're attached by a small filiment, and extend into a white parashoot/dandelion fluff that moves in the waters current. There is thousands of them. I redid my tanks substrate (due to having way too much) and decided to take that time to rub it all off. A few days after getting everything set back up, they're back. My amanos and red cherries
  3. Hi folks! Just wanted a general idea how you deal with algae in your tanks, if at all. I know there are different types and colors. Which are safe for your shrimp? Which are toxic? Are there non -chemical ways to treat it? I've read and heard a lot of contradictory info. Thanks for any feedback! Sandy
  4. Hi all, I have tried lot of methods to create and keep algae, but still failed (even using algae sprout with plant fertilizer for shrimp).... Did you have any solution or suggestion to keep algae cover tank like pictures below?? Any help will be appreciated.
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