I don't have it on my tank, a friend gave me some plants and before gave them a bleach bath i 'saved' this one, to learn more about it.kallililly1973 said:manually remove as much of it as you can and as fast as possible it will spread relentlessly.
definitely get rid of it unless your tank is big enough to house a couple juvenile Siamese Algae Eaters. They will make quick work of it till they get about 2-3" and realize prepared foods that you feed your fish is easier than dealing wit that stuffMindelo said:I don't have it on my tank, a friend gave me some plants and before gave them a bleach bath i 'saved' this one, to learn more about it.
But i found no good thing about it (at least not yet), everybody says 'get rid of it'
Do you mind posting those pics? Bc mine isn’t clear yet perhaps it’s also such a smallMindelo said:Thanks, your picture is not that clear, but i search online and found some beautiful pictures of driftwood with algaes on them (including black beard).
I guess i will not introduce it on purpose, but if by any chance i got it in my tank, i will not get rid of it all at once.
But i'll keep looking how to get rid of it, just in case