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Algae and Pests

  1. Why is my fish tank green?
    Categories: AquariumsWater QualityAlgae and Pests

    Why is my fish tank green?

    Struggling with green algae? This could be due to a number of reasons. Read our helpful guide on determining the cause of and combatting green algae.
  2. How to get rid of bubble algae in a reef tank
    Categories: AquariumsWater QualityAlgae and Pests

    How to get rid of bubble algae in a reef tank

    Bubble algae is a bottle green single-celled algae which forms jelly bean or round, marble-like shapes in the marine aquarium.
  3. How to solve the five biggest issues in reefkeeping
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingFish HealthWater QualityAlgae and Pests

    How to solve the five biggest issues in reefkeeping

    Reefkeeping isn't always as easy as ABC. The perfect reef tank involves work, dedication, the right equipment, patience, and money!
  4. Best algae eaters for a tropical fish tank
    Categories: AquariumsAlgae and PestsFish

    Best algae eaters for a tropical fish tank

    Here’s the Swell Guide to the best algae eaters for your aquarium.
  5. How to get rid of algae in a fish tank naturally
    Categories: AquariumsAlgae and Pests

    How to get rid of algae in a fish tank naturally

    Algae itself is a natural phenomenon. Wherever there is light and water there is algae, and algae has been on Earth for a billion years.
  6. How to get rid of brown algae in a reef tank
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingAlgae and Pests

    How to get rid of brown algae in a reef tank

    Brown algae can be a plague that ruins the look of a reef tank and can cause the owner to pull their hair out, and is most common in young reef tanks.
  7. What eats reef tank flatworms?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingAlgae and Pests

    What eats reef tank flatworms?

    Flatworms can be a pest in reef aquaria and if left alone they can multiply and reach plague proportions. Here’s how to control them.
  8. What eats cyanobacteria in a reef tank?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingAlgae and PestsFish

    What eats cyanobacteria in a reef tank?

    Cyanobacteria is often mistaken for algae but as the name suggests its a bacteria, not an algae at all. Because its not an algae, it needs to be tackled in different ways.
  9. How to get rid of Aiptasia in a reef tank
    Categories: ReefkeepingAlgae and Pests

    How to get rid of Aiptasia in a reef tank

    Aiptasia are the bane of many a reefkeeper’s life, and they can get so bad that people leave the hobby because of them.

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