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Old 04-13-2017, 11:17 AM   #11651
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Wow. Life without snails, so sad.

I dosed my tank tonight to kill off those little mutha frickin planaria.

Hurting my shrimp and snails. They need to go!
Get em tmaier I think I have some hitchhikers as well think some are ramshorns I think lol
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Old 04-13-2017, 01:05 PM   #11652
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Lights this morning and all the shrimp and snails I can spot are busy as usual. I don't see any planaria but that doesn't mean they aren't there. I will skip feeding tonight and feed tomorrow. I have spotted then about 30min to an hour after feeding usually.
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also a heads up. Planaria, flatworms, deitrus, copepods, etc are all signs of overfeeding or excess food. I'd lower the feeding.
also I have a question not related to anything but I cant find an answer:
Does this forum do Photo the month anymore or nah, last one I saw on there was for February..
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Cleaned goldfish tank

Monsters tried to eat me, thus solidifying my belief that goldfish are little more than swimming stomachs

Going to do the Betta now....at least he only pecks of a hand is held above the water, and it's because he's looking for pellets
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also a heads up. Planaria, flatworms, deitrus, copepods, etc are all signs of overfeeding or excess food. I'd lower the feeding.
also I have a question not related to anything but I cant find an answer:
Does this forum do Photo the month anymore or nah, last one I saw on there was for February..


There is a TOTM contest somewhere.
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There is a TOTM contest somewhere.
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I bought a Fluval Spec III on ebay that came without the pump. I'm returning it, and... The thing is that I like it. So I bought my own Spec. I moved stuff over.

Water changes a day early on the other two tanks because we're going to my parents' house tomorrow. We're also taking Nudger to our friend.
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I bought a Fluval Spec III on ebay that came without the pump. I'm returning it, and... The thing is that I like it. So I bought my own Spec. I moved stuff over.

Water changes a day early on the other two tanks because we're going to my parents' house tomorrow. We're also taking Nudger to our friend.


What is the tank count now?


Spotted one planaria and treated a second time.
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What is the tank count now?


Spotted one planaria and treated a second time.
29 gallon community, 20 long puffers, 10 gallon quarantine (not set up), Fluval Spec III for the ramshorns, and the Fluval Spec III that I am returning.

I've seen planaria in our tanks on two occasions -- the first I removed all of the substrate immediately, and the second was in the puffer tank while no one was in it so I didn't worry about it. I don't know where they went, but they haven't been back.
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Bert and I were talking about the plants being the focal point not the fish lol. I felt little bad....So i give some love lol

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