Algae Eating Fish for Ponds?


Algae eating fish for ponds are as important as water circulation in the pond. Hot and humid air cause algae to eat and take over a pond. These fish naturally remove any algae by eating it. The most common fish one can purchase for their pond include Pond Snail, Common Plecostomus, Chinese Algae Eater, Flying Fox, and Gold Nugget Pleco. The Gold Nugget Pleco is more commonly seen in small sized ponds but has a tendency to die if the pond gets below 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Adding Algae Eaters to Fish Tanks
Adding algae eaters to a fish tank is a great way maintain an attractive fish tank. Get tips on putting algae eaters in your tank from a fish expert in this free pet care video.... More »
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