Mysterios Plants In My Aquarium And Their Health

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What specie of anubias is this and is it healthy now
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Ps which species is this moss and are they healthy
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Wish I could see! david1978 you've done wonders on my plants. What do you see here?
 
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Now I see I have some ugly algee on my moss how can I get rid of it
 

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Anubias looks like barteri. Moss is actually not a 'moss', but looks like subwassertang.

As for algae, what's your photoperiod? What type of light? What parameters? Do you dose ferts?


IMO, I would try to wash the subwassertang to remove the majority of the moss, relocate to a shadey area and consider getting some nerites/shrimp for algae control.
 
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I posted the light on other topic idont use ferts and have ramshorn and malasian trumpet snails

And photo period is 10 h
 

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matija said:
I posted the light on other topic idont use ferts and have ramshorn and malasian trumpet snails

And photo period is 10 h
Cut back the photoperiod to around 6-8 and that should reduce algae IMO.
 
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