ADMWNDSR83 Posted October 17, 2020 Share Posted October 17, 2020 After moderately planting my 37 gallon tank, I discovered I was seeing more and more bladder snails. Two Assassin snails later, and I have no bladder snail issues. However, I am seeing more brown algae diatoms. I have a clown pleco in the tank, but he refuses to emerge from under the sponge filter or one of my pieces of driftwood, so he's no help. I don't want to get other snails, since I figure the assassins will make quick work of them. I'm thinking my two options are Siamese Algae Eaters or a Bristlenose Pleco. I would love thoughts and opinions, or even if anyone has any other ideas! As a reminder, so far all of my fish, except for the school of cories, have an orange and black color scheme. If it makes a difference, the vast majority of the brown algae has populated my Windelov Java Fern, which sits nearly under my filter return. Thanks in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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