|10-28-2013 08:52 PM|
Also, the pic above looks like there is segmentation, which is a pretty big characteristic of annelids compared to other worms.
It is rather odd looking, with whatever internal systems giving it that strange marking pattern thingy.
|10-28-2013 03:26 AM|
|Mirzath||That is a flatworm, I think.|
|10-28-2013 03:21 AM|
|trueblu8||Holy crap. Those are freaky looking.|
|10-28-2013 02:50 AM|
I found this ugly guy a little bit ago and I've gleaned from this thread that it is a snail leech and it probably won't bother fish (likely deadly to snails).
I can second this observation found over on this thread on another site:
|09-28-2013 05:36 PM|
|TheGiantDwarfShrimp||looks like a small pond snail|
|09-28-2013 07:38 AM|
|bobpants||It's a snail...|
|09-16-2013 01:44 AM|
|bobpants||Does anybody know what this guy is? They move around very slowly on my plants/rocks.|
|03-23-2013 03:01 AM|
The dragonfly nymph eats a brine shrimp. A guppy fry watches.
|03-23-2013 02:52 AM|
Interesting. Thank you.
|03-23-2013 02:43 AM|
Re: What's that bug? How to recognize them
|03-23-2013 02:33 AM|
Anybody have any idea what this is? I found it underneath a piece of mini pellia.
|03-23-2013 01:45 AM|
|trueblu8||Copepods are cool.|
|03-22-2013 03:29 PM|
|whyviet||This thread is super disgusting. It makes my worm and copepod infestation bearable.|
|02-20-2013 03:36 PM|
|02-20-2013 03:26 PM|
Apparently you should just be able to add some guppy fry to take care of them. I noticed that you're in Chicago and I've got some if you need them.
There's also a thread about it here that might help you out.
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