This video shows how to get rid of hair algae in a saltwater aquarium

There are a few different ways in which red algae can make its way into your saltwater aquarium.
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That’s an in-depth look into some of the best prevention and control practices to help you prevent and control algae growing in your saltwater aquarium.
If you want to maintain a  for your marine life to thrive in then you must ensure the proper regulation of algae in your saltwater aquarium.
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If the pH levels of the water isn’t kept in check then green algae can get comfortable in the environment and begin to grow and spread. The ideal pH level for water in saltwater aquariums is 7.6 to 8.4. Anything above the prescribed limit can lead to an imbalance in the ecosystem. Let’s take a look at some of the most common forms of algae that you can find in your very own saltwater aquarium.
Photo provided by FlickrIf you can do this on a regular basis you’ll have a clean saltwater aquarium with no worries about algae growing and taking over your aquarium.
Photo provided by FlickrMacroalgae is sometimes called the
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However, unlike the dreaded saltwater ich, marine velvet, rapid tissue necrosis, old tank syndrome and other aquarium problems that have been known to kill or even wipe out an entire system, all red slime algae is known for is…well…being ugly and slimy.My hypothesis is that red slime algae thrives in that new tank environment. Over time, the inhabitants (micro and macro fauna) of an established saltwater aquarium help to keep the red slime algae in check—but in the early stages of saltwater aquarium maturity, red slime algae seems to get a foothold much more easily.I’m not sure that we, as a saltwater aquarium or scientific community, have figured out exactly what the recipe is for a red slime algae outbreak, but here are a few important elements that see to show up time and time again:The funny thing is that red algae is not actually that harmful. Well, it can be harmful in some cases, but it does also have some beneficial properties as well. However, for the most part, aquarium enthusiasts do not want this invader in the tank, as the problems it causes usually end up outweighing the benefits in the long run. So, just to humor all of the naysayers out there, let’s quickly go over some of the advantages of having red algae in your saltwater fish tank.Red algae growing in your saltwater fish tank can be a really problematic issue, both for your plants and fish. Having an aquarium can be really fun and rewarding too, but not when you have an invader taking over the space. Let’s not waste any more time and get right to it. We want to talk about what red algae is, how you can identify it, what causes is, how to prevent it, and how to remove it too. Get ready to say goodbye to that nuisance called red algae. We’re about to destroy it!This video shows how to get rid of hair algae in a saltwater aquarium. Make sure to start with 0 tds water before mixing your salt. Keep feeding under control. Maintain 0 nitrates and phosphates, Kh of 7-11, Calcium of 400-450ppm, & Magnesium of 1300-1500ppm. Remove as much algae as possible, perform 10% water changes. No light bulbs should be older than a year and you should keep high water flow in your aquarium.