I have this moss growing in my tank. The moss began only a few days after I added the TETRA AquaSafe product to help neutralize the chlorine in the tap water. This same problem occurred in my betta's breeding tank and I don't know why I still added it to this new tank. I created this tank to house my female bettas after mating bites and possible scratches. I have only had the tank going for the last two and a half weeks so it is really premature algae, I don't even know if it is algae. But, I don't want to risk my bettas health by dumping them into a bags only a few weeks after I just bought them, mated them, switched containers twice to place them in this tank, and now back out again.
It's killing my plants. Which is a sign for me that it is not Algae. I am afraid it will be harmful to my fish if I don't get them out soon. But, does anyone recognize this? Could an algae eater take care of it or something like a frog, snail, or even pill? Thanks for your time!