|11-04-2012 10:16 AM|
I forgot I got some Malaysian Pond Snails, and they were added to the tank last week when I was Farm Sitting for my Parents!
So I bet they came in that way!
Anyway not to big of deal, as long as I can get rid of them!
|11-03-2012 11:45 PM|
|TheKribKeeper||You're welcome. Glad I could help.|
|11-03-2012 05:03 PM|
Yep they are Hydra!
THANK YOU for the link Krib Keeper!
Also thanks for the Panacur-c info Steven!!!
I have only found a few so far, and I have TONS OF POND SNAILS! Since the link says the Pond Snails eat them that is probably why I have only seen a few! I have NO fish in the tank, so I haven't been feeding at all!
I just dirted the tank on 10-2-12, so maybe they cane from the Miracle grow organic potting soil!
I am planning on just having small fish in the tank, so I HAVE TO KILL THEM FAST!
I will check out the Panacur-c, and the web site form the link says gouramies will eat them, so I could do both I guess!
I will let Yall know how it goes!
THANK YOU AGAIN GUYS!!
|11-02-2012 08:52 AM|
Something like .1 grams per ten gallons.
If they are hydra, anyway...
|11-02-2012 07:48 AM|
Just found this website about hydra have a look they are bad news.
|11-02-2012 07:44 AM|
|TheKribKeeper||Hydra is what I imagine they are and if so they will catch small fry. As far as killing them I do not know never had them myself sorry.|
|11-02-2012 07:30 AM|
Strange Inverts in 55g???
While looking closely at my plants and driftwood in my 55g I noticed some (5+) tiny inverts of some kind on the large stump and on the stems of a few of my crypts. They are less than a centimeter in overall length and look like Apistasia you get in a marine tank! They have a tube looking main body with 4 or 5 tentacles. They react when I touch them with tweezers by retracting their tentacles and shrinking! I have watched pond snails touch them, and the snails don't seem to be bothered/stung by them.
Does anyone know what they are, and how to get rid of them???
Thanks for the help!