Hello everyone, I am new to the forum, but a long time lurker. I recently got bitten by the aquarium bug and have been so happy starting out with this hobby. Throughout my 3-4 months in the hobby I've encountered a few problems on the way, but nothing too serious. Currently, I have a small algae outbreak. Its not much, but I like to stay on top of things and ensure it does not get out of hand. My setup is as follows: Juwel 125 aquarium Eheim Pro 4+ 350 filter (1050 l/h) Standard MultiLux lighting (3200 lumen) soon to be upgraded to the HeliaLux Spectrum. I do not run pressured CO2, but I dose 4ml of EasyCarbo each day. Also considered pressurized CO2. I run Tropica root tabs and I am also tweaking the Tropica specialized and premium fertilizer dosing right now (1 pump each every 2 days). Water Parameters: Ammonia 0 Nitrite 0 Nitrate ~20 ppm I recently added quite a few fast growing stem plants in an attempt to fight algae, as I want to avoid any chemicals I can, beside EasyCarbo until I get pressurized CO2 and better light. Everything seems to be growing well, except Cardamine Lyrata, but I suspect it is because it stands directly in the highest flow area of the tank, and I am considering swapping it out for something hardier, maybe Echinodorus 'Bleherae'. All plants in the tank are from Tropica. I have attached a few images showcasing the algae growing on my Crinum Calamistratum, as I cannot figure out whether it is a fuzz algae or a sort of red algae? Any and all help is greatly appreciated, thank you!