- - SAE's
|cerius ||03-08-2009 09:42 PM |
Are Siamese algae eaters snail safe? I currently have a school of neon/cardinal tetras, three rummy noses, one pearl gourami, the SAE, and a snail in a 12 gallon, and the snail has suddenly gotten smaller antennae...I suspect the SAE, but I have yet to witness this insubordination....Any help will be..eh helpful.
|Mikaila31 ||03-08-2009 09:47 PM |
I have a SAE in a 55gal with a lot of pest snails. I don't think he bothers them since they are always there.
|Lupin ||03-09-2009 09:13 PM |
SAEs don't eat nor pester snails.
|cerius ||03-10-2009 01:55 AM |
Yes, but how are Bernard's anntenae shrinking? It's not the tetras....the pearl gourami is on your safe snail list...I'm all out. :cry:
|Lupin ||03-10-2009 03:25 AM |
Neon tetras would be the likeliest culprit. They have occasionally been suspected to be the ones responsible for fin nipping of bettas and most long finned specimens.
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