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11-21-2013 08:32 PM
Psycofc1 Can always start a 10g snail breeding tank
11-21-2013 04:00 PM
mistergreen feed sinking pellets, frozen critters, and zucchini. They're omnivorous bottom feeders mainly.
11-21-2013 01:51 PM
benjaminleebates
poor little yoyos... not really.

So I got a few yoyos for my tank to tank care of a really bad (IMO) snail problem. The snails are gone...completely. So now I just feed flakes and occasionally bottom feeder tablets and/or frozen bloodworms.
Question...
Should I put in a little brine shrimp hatchery or anything else to supplement the yoyo's ravenous appetite? I feel bad because they destryed the snails within a couple weeks, and now they are left with boring ol flakes...

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