06-17-2012, 11:15 AM
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In my 15 gallon tank I have a huge hydra problem.. I've never really cared as they're no threat to what's in that tank. They seem to erupt in population everytime I do a water change...
Well today I noticed on in my new 20 gallon tank, where my shrimp are, and I know that they are a huge threat to baby shrimp. I did do a small water change yesterday.
I know that they are probably doing so well because planted tanks have lot's of tiny things that they eat naturally, but now I have to protect my future baby shrimp..
So what can I do? Will larger snails eat them? I've heard certain fish eat them, but my betta don't eat them. I'm planning on small rainbows for this tank and I don't know if they'd eat them.