Hello everyone. So I'm having a bit of a problem with a bladder snail infestation. I recently stocked a new tank and unfortunately the plants carried some unwanted visitors. I was fine with them at first, but their population has just exploded, its terrible. Their eggs are everywhere and I can count at least 20 out in the open at a time (I'm sure there are many more hiding about). This is happening in my ten gallon stocked with some tetras, some shrimp and a rabbit snail.
I don't really want to kill the bladder snails and don't really think I'd have it in me to anyways. I have read that I can control their population a bit by not overfeeding, but I struggle with knowing exactly how much to feed at a time. What are my options here? I know some fish could eat them, but I don't want my shrimp to also be devoured (plus my tank is already quite full). I know I could lure them out with some vegetable bait, but what do I do with them then? I have a crayfish in another tank, would she eat them?
Any help is appreciated.