Just noticed some hydra sticking to the walls of my heavily planted 5.5 gal
RCS/betta tank. What's the best way to get rid of them? Obviously I'll be increasing PWCs and manually removing them but I don't think I can reduce feeding any lower (I only feed the betta and he doesn't get a ton to begin with). There are only about 6-8 RCS in there and one is a berried female. Other inhabitants include pond snails, some MTS, and one baby assassin snail.
Should I remove the RCS for now? If I do remove the RCS do I risk contaminating the new tank they would go in? Will my betta eat the hydra at all?
I'd like to avoid the Fenbendazole method unless they get out of hand but I'm open to any advice regarding that technique and/or any other helpful ones!