10-25-2010, 05:54 PM
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Thanks! I'm going to get out my microscope out and investigate further now that I'm not murdering lil guppies.
The really do look like small Planaria, thanks for the lead. I need to read more, where did they come from??? I was crushing up flake and pellet food for what I thought was fry. I just have not seen them in my main tank.
I think what every they are had to of come from my main tank, but with the piggies in there, not sure anything like that could make it. Maybe they are keeping the population low? I had a ich outbreak after receiving two clown loaches, lost the loaches, but had increased the temperature after a quick cure treatment, and all has been good now for 2 weeks this last Sunday.
If I figure out what those lil things are, guess I'll find out if I need to be concerened with my 55 gallon :( Any suggestions on hunting them down, or a fish that would hunt them down.
I typed my tank inhabits out wrong, been a rough Monday. I have 5 blood fin tetras, 3 scissor tails, 3 glo fish, a dwarf neon blue gourami, 1 bristle nose pleco, 3 black khuli loaches, 7 khuli loaches, 2 synodontus eupterus (getting big n almost ready for new tank), one hybred zebra synodontus , 1 simease algea eater, and a ghost knife fish (small now, but will get larger tank when as he grows)
thanks for your help. I'll get a better video tonight when I can focus the lighting better. I have not seen them in my 55 gallon thou, but with natural sand rock, driftwood, lots of current, I could easily miss em. Anything thoughts on what to do with my 55 gallon?
I'm going to clean the fry tank VERY well, rinse everything. Should I put the moss ball back into the 55 gallon to have them take care of it (hopefully), should I move the driftwood as well back?
Then all that would be left in the fry tank is a whisper in tank filter with the air hose/tube and carbon in the canister. I have the bottom tube where the air hose connects sitting on top of a sponge. I'll change out the sponge and rinse the heater well.
Thanks again. Nothing like finding little creepy crawls, but tis the season ;)
Last edited by ReneeB; 10-25-2010 at 06:03 PM..