10 gallon Nerite/Molly tank
Deciding I wanted to start attempting to breed nerites, I bought two of them at Petsmart.
Later, I bought five more nerties (tiger nerites) to add to my first two.
I soon bought a 40 Gallon Sponge Filter and a Heater for my Nerite tank.
As of this post, I have yet to buy any salt to begin the breeding process.
Currently, there are no snails in the tank. They are in my other tank ( ) and are in there in order to avoid any nasty ick from attaching itself to them and hitching a ride if I needed to move them in order to safely do a heat treatment on their tank.
There are 3 mollies and two unexpected and unplanned for fish (pictus catfish) who have so far caused more trouble than they are worth.
One of the two pictus took a chunk out of my guppy's tail who was in the tank at the time. Sadly, the guppy did not make it long after that.
So, right now this is the Nerite tank:
Divided in half by an under gravel filter piece that is just right for the tank.
Pictus on the filter half of the tank.
Mollies (all female, one visibly pregnant (black molly), two silver lyetails)
Some pond snails who snuck in on various things.
Blue play sand an inch deep at the most.
Every other day 25% water changes.
Whenever I post important updates, I will put a date in red at the top.
Whenever I post non important updates, I will put a date in blue at the top.
Pictures soon! (Hopefully.)
55 gallon -- 2 angelfish, 1 female mollies, 9 guppies, 3 SAE, 1 High fin spotted pleco// 20 gallon -- 5 Serpae Tetra, 3 skirt tetra, 4 black neon tetra // 5.5 gal -- 1 male betta, 1 Emerald Rasbora, 2 Ember tetra // 30 gallon tall --1 oranda goldfish, 1 black moor goldfish // 10 gallon -- 6 Leopard Danios // Recent losses / gains -- 1 High-fin spotted pleco