Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Actually I bought a cheap pocket microscope, it has an attachment for my iPhone 5 and was really easy to use, except the worms seem to hate light and run from it! Lol
Here's a link to the one I purchased on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BHW8J62/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I was leaning towards nematodes, but with such a variety of different subspecies out there I could find pics that could be what I saw, or looked like it, from a distance without much focus. Glad it's all relatively harmless. My water levels stay very good even with two snails and 17 fish in my 10 gal, and now 25+ baby mystery snails (any advice on how to get rid of them without feeling guilty?) tank looks like a jungle, the plants do well and have really taken off with the CFL bulbs, but also makes it hard to vacuum the sand without crushing or uprooting plants. I need to figure out how to put a smaller gravel tube on my python. (And finally set up my big tank, or maybe just buy it first)
Thanks for the info!