Here we go with an update!
A really nice guy named Edward and I spoke about my breeding pair of CPOs, and he agreed to purchase them.
No sooner than the evening we spoke... They exhibited breeding behavior, but the male went way too far. When we separated them, I put the male in the spec I've been working on cycling.
The poor female lost: one eating claw, her long antennae and her two short antennae. (Antennae is probably the wrong word, but their feelers)
She looks like an alien, and she is hiding like crazy, even afraid of the harmless, confused fish that swim by.
I don't have a picture, as she has done real well at hiding herself. I do believe she will recover within a molt and she should be good to go.. Maybe she will even be berried.
In lighter news, the hydra seem to be slowly disappearing on their own, and there don't seem to be any planaria.
I do see some kind of planaria-like worm on my glass from time to time, but I never see anything with an arrowhead shape or adult planaria size. Any ideas? I know they aren't nematodes, but they do crawl around and change direction.
In other fauna news: my shrimp shells have never looked healthier in this tank. They're shiny, glossy and so sexy.
My least killifish are reproducing babies like crazy. There are at least 5 little ones running around. And I haven't covered up my filter intake tubes either, so they must be good swimmers.
The adults look healthy
-this female is getting ready to contribute to population expansion!
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