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Old 12-03-2013, 08:01 AM   #1
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Swordtails being piggies.

I've been using algae wafers in my tanks that don't have much algae for my mystery snails. I'm having an issue with my swordtails pigging out on it to the point some of them look like they are going to pop. I tried putting it in late at night but that didn't seem to work either. Would I be better off putting my snail in my 29 gallon into my 15 gallon. I only have a betta and a mystery snail in there. The betta took to the mystery snail extremely well. I haven't seen him peck at the snail once. He did flare when I first put him in the tank but that was about it. Neither of my betta's go after the algea wafers so it could go in either my 10 or 15.
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Old 12-04-2013, 03:54 AM   #2
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I'm going to guess I would be better off having two snails in with my betta in the 15 gallon (since he is the more chilled of the two), lol. Well, looks like I answered my own question. lol
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