Thread: Snail Free?!
10-02-2008, 07:47 PM #11
0Originally Posted by Sounguru
10-02-2008, 08:20 PM #12
Assassin Sanils stop breeding when there is no more prey left plus any extras are alway easy to sell.... They also are very slow growing and only lay one egg at a time so eggs when seen are easy to remove.This posting was approved by:
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10-02-2008, 09:06 PM #13
you're in a losing battle. Once you get them i'm afraid you're out of luck with getting rid of them for the most part.
Sure you can treat with copper, buy fish that eat them but no much will completely kill them off.
It's not just snails too. I now have duckweed from some of the plants i received.
10-02-2008, 09:09 PM #14
0Originally Posted by PUNISHER VETTEBy Alfredo Franco-Cea
30 gallon tank -- low light -- tannin stained water
FAUNA: 7 zebra danios; 5 neon tetras; one male green swordtail; 2 female adult platies (plus fry); 6 bleeding heart tetras; 6 false rummy nose tetras
FLORA: Anubias, Java Moss, Ceratophyllum, Java Fern, WindelÝv's Fern
10-03-2008, 07:08 AM #15
Again, thanks. I have ordered monia, magna and pulex, differnet sizes of water fleas. I have 5 fish that can eat them. They pretty much eliminated the big ones, magna. The little buggers stay on the side of the glass and plants. They are not scuds. They do not get any bigger than a 1/32 - 1/64 of an inch. These smaller ones stay on the side of the tank and you can tell where they are cause they eat back the algea. The bigger ones that will swim across the water either get ate or sucked up the filter.-BotanicalBill of SW Florida
20g High planted.
2 neons; 3 skirted tetra; 1 corey; 3 otos; 4-5 glass shrimp; water feas
DIY modified hood with new ballast and 4 bulbs (60w)
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