What Is the Scientific Name for Algae?

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The scientific name for algae is Rhodophyta. Algae is what build up in dirty water when it is not cleaned or regulated. You should not drink it nor swim in it.
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There are many kinds of algea the scientific name for green algae is halimeda
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Algae comes in many forms, however the three most common on ponds are; FILAMENTOUS ALGAE (Spirogyra, Anabaena, Oscillatoria, Lyngbya, Pithophora, etc. PLANKTONIC ALGAE (Chlamydomonas
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The scientific name of an algae eater is gyrinocheilus aymonier. They become aggressive when older.
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