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I have enjoyed setting up a barrel pond and was given a plant I believe to be hornwort. Along with everything else, it is thriving. I have recently noticed (with the warm weather we are having) that it is producing what I can only describe as a 'candy floss' residue. My question is, should I be removing this from the barrel pond? I have a ball oxgenator and a miniature iris and lily. I think there is a frog living in there and I am not going introduce fish. Thank you
 
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Candy floss? Not sure what that looks like. Maybe a photo would help. Could it be string algae?
 
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Welcome to our forum!

I have hornwort not sure what candy floss stuff would be, unless it is string algae.
 

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