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Hi There, I set up my first aquascape around 2 months ago and since then suffered minor algae issues such as on the glass etc. But I have recently developed this dark green algae in the sand, I can get rid of it by siphoning the sand and stirring the sand, but it comes back within the day. I have 5 Widow Tetras and 3 Platies in the tank and was debating whether to get a Cory to stir up the sand but I am sure there was a better way to treat the sand. My Nitrate and Ph are fine and I have the smallest amount of ammonia in the tank, but the box tells me that it is not dangerous the fish. Thanks any help would be appreciated
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