03-15-2011, 10:59 PM
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Thanks for the replies.
Originally Posted by dfbiggs
If you only have betas
I used to have an apple snail in with each of my bettas, but I put them in my big tanks instead because I thought they were too messy. The baby snails are in my 250-litre with my dwarf neon rainbows, blue rams, tetras and cories.
I spoke to the aquarium shop and they'll take them when they are bigger. I was just worried that there'll be hundreda upon hundreds and my whole tank will be invaded. So far, I've only seen the couple and I couldn't spot them yesterday afternoon. Hopefully I won't be overrun. I don't really want to kill them. As long as there aren't a zillion I can hopefully let them grow up a bit and then sell them to the shop.
I just need a better method of prevention. I don't know how they managed to hatch when I've been taking out the egg bundles.
I don't think we have puffers here. I've never seen them. I know that dwarf chain loaches were recommended before for eating ramshorns, but they are very expensive and I don't want anyone bothering my big "Garys".