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    Thumbs up freshwater aquarium "algae plant" ?

    I have no idea what I have but it is very delicate and beautiful and looks like a regular plant that might be growing in my Blue Finned Loach tank. I certainly did not plant it in there nor have I brought in something from somewhere else that would have seeded it.

    It is growing on an old piece of oak, is rather translucent and has leave shapes and beautifully sways in the water current. The fish that include not only loaches but, long finned white clouds and neons and 3 swordtails (young ones) are not munching on it.

    It reminds me of marine algae.

    Later today after the fish are finished eating, I will scrape the green algae off the front of the glass and try to get a picture of it in the tank. I do not want to disturb it as do not want to kill it or shock it in anyway. I will tho bring the hunk of wood closer to the glass for a better video. SOOOOO keep tuned for it's debut and hopefully someone will say, "oh that, that is a ---" BTW because the loaches are basically algae eaters I have encourage algae growth. And so far it is beautiful algae, no hair types.

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