And bad=bait of course. Autocorrect!!
My 33 gallon/125 liter tank. My photography on flickr.
Originally Posted by talldutchie
A group of 10 small boraras would probably be at home in that. shrimp safe and since they all think they're Jaws they will hunt planaria.
Another option is trapping. A test tube, stopper and a piece of small tubing is what you'd need for that. As bad use a small piece of meat or some sinking food.
You are probably overfeeding, have you thought about that?
I'm sure I am overfeeding. I just drop a small amount of Jakes shrimp food every other day or so, if even.
I'll look into the boraras and see if my LFS has them, thank you!
We do have available High quality Arowana fishes.
These arowana fishes are Grade a Asian Red, super
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