09-08-2010, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by zombiefish610
No need to worry. Apparently it's a common thing. It is a result of overfeeding. Ive seen many of my fish scarf these things down. Cutback on the amount of food given and vacuum the gravel. As for me, I still get them from time to time. Just not nearly as bad. If the fish don't mind, I don't mind.
What do you do if you dont have fish? My snails or shrimp wont eat them. Guess I just need to do more WC and vacuum well. (2 downsides of having an invert tank..worms won't be eaten..and pond snails won't stay under control.)