Oh kewl. You rock. Thanks. :-)
I have a question. Would you be able to tell me how long I can leave uneaten blood worms in the tank? Tonight was interesting. I put in some bloodworms (the amount the lfs guy told me to put in for two African Dwarf Frogs). The frogs ate some bloodworms, not all of it, and then went away playing with each other and being ridiculous. The rummy nose tetras came over and decided to forage in remaining bloodworms. Good for them I say. Then both assassin snails come over to the small bloodworm area.
Pretty soon, I had two frogs, two assassin snails, and rummy fish all congregated over a small spot of blood worms (thawed frozen). Was interesting. I sat and watched them a long time.
I decided after two hours that I didn't want blood worms just hanging out in my tank causing decay. After all, two nights ago, the frogs left mess too.
I took my ammonia level and it was at 0.25. I did a 35% (?) water change. I read that toxic was 0.50.
So I did a water change, siphoned the sand a little, and took out a few leaves. Was I overzealous?