Hey, my name is Tristin. I am the founder and author of Dedicated Aquariums. Dedicated Aquariums was launched in November 2015 with the goal of providing quality information to hobbyists and growing the fish keeping community.
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  1. Howdy bro,
    Awesome site you have here!
    With regards to the cyanobacteria issue you are having I have the perfect solution.
    Just culture some Alona affinis and add a few to your tank.

    They will eat up all the algae and provide a steady stream of food for you fish at the same time too.
    Once the algae is all gone a small number may survive in you tank eating detritus from your Chocolate Gourami and the tank plants, but for the most part they will completely disappear especially in super clean tanks like yours.

    If conditions are ever inducive for another algae bloom their numbers will increase inline with this extra available food, until again it all gets eaten, normally without you even noticing.


    Above is where I sell live cultures of the Alona, along with other cool species like Daphnia, Moina, Fairy Shrimps, Triops etc etc etc.
    Best of luck with it all!

    P.S. If you use the contact form on the site and let me know it’s you I may even be able to hook you up with some gratis…

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