09-25-2010, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by LisaC144
I'm sure your bottom feeders will munch them up in no time. If you're worried however, just scrape them off the side of the tank and trash them instead of pushing them into the water.
The only bottom feeder I have is a Rainbow shark. Do you think that he will eat them? Hopefully, if he likes them, it seems he will have a constant supply of snail eggs to enjoy. He comes out more at night, then during the day so if they are still laying there untouched tomorrow, maybe I will remove them. I guess I too was thinking they might be sort of good nutrition, until I felt how hard they were when I was scraping them off. I didn't actually touch them, I used a scraper but it felt crunchy ish.