Nerites are a good choice. They are well protected by their shell, meaning only a very small part of the snail is exposed. Too along the same lines, their antennae are significantly smaller than that of a mystery snail, which means they aren't as big of a target. Add to that their smaller size (for smaller tanks), no breeding and algae eating - I don't think there's a better snail option.
I'm new to keeping Cherry Shrimp and have been getting the white ring of death. I checked and my GH was 11 so I did slow water changes and now all of my water parameters match what I find on the net for Cherry Shrimp except my GH is 8.
I'm still having the white ring of death so I...
I've had my Lobster for about three years now.
This morning l noticed him motionless, but he looked normal, so left him to it.
But having gotten home this evening he is in exactly the same position, still motionless (despite fish swimming around him) and his eyes are slightly milky...
I just bought my first time 1x dwarf mexican crayfish. I am pretty sure he had both claws. Later on I noticed he is missing one once he was released my aquarium.
Well normally crayfish are ok to grew back their parts. Is this the same case with dwarf crayfish? Can i expect him to get...
A word of warning for anyone looking at Aqueon filters: long story short I had my (very small) snail in a 10gal tank with a betta and some cory cats, he got stuck in the intake with a broken shell and died.
So either cover the intake with a sponge, get a different filter, or keep small snails...
Most of the time, lucy will just wave her claws and scare her babies off but just a few minutes ago I've watched her capture and eat one of them. I may not have a Marmokreb population problem after all.
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