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Both most typical types of algae that prosper in fish ponds are planktonic as well as filamentous algae. The planktonic algae turn the pond into green, soupy water. Little population of planktonic algae is typical for the fish pond's food cycle; nevertheless, extreme growth of planktonic algae worsens the pond setting that might be damaging for the marine life
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