|tanker ||08-07-2010 04:06 AM |
I don't know what they are, but I've seen pictures of something called planaria which looks similar to that. It might be worth a google to see if that's what it might be.
|kitten_penang ||08-07-2010 04:20 AM |
no worries they are normal acuring in the tank where theres left over food or over fed fish. they wont harm anything. make sure the shrimps eat everything and remove the leftovers and everything will be fine.
|Redknee ||08-07-2010 04:30 AM |
God i'm an idiot... yes it is planaria, for some reason i mistook planaria with the threadworms as in i was thinking that planaria looks like threadworms so this things could not be planaria.
Thank both of for the replies.
|kitten_penang ||08-07-2010 04:41 AM |
your welcome =)
|kitten_penang ||08-07-2010 04:42 AM |
wait is that a tamron lens??? you own it???
|kitten_penang ||08-08-2010 11:46 AM |
whats the second shrimp? i found a 2 in 1 wide lens and macro lens for 200 MYR in a Cannon booth recently but it wasn't something Canon came up with so i din't buy it.i love macro pics and i recently purchased a 550D with the kit lens the macro is good but not as good with a macro lens.
|kitten_penang ||08-08-2010 11:54 AM |
my very first macro with the raw file set at the medium range
you can control planaria by not overfeeding, the same can be said wth snails.
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