Is that this black beard algae? How do I do away with it? My shrimp and snails aren’t consuming sufficient of it

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  1. Looks like staghorn algae to me. If you have any liquid CO2 such as Seachem Excel, get a syringe or a pipette, turn the filter off, spray it directly onto the algae, and turn the filter back on. It’ll turn red and die off in a couple of days.

    Alternatively, I would cut the infected leaves off and make sure you have your nutrients and lights balanced. This includes CO2 if you’re using it. A low flow or “dead zone” area is another cause

  2. Doesnt look like it, i currently struggle with it in several tanks and it looks nothing alike.

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