sorry. i wasn’t clear. i was talking about putting snails in my north american native river fish tank. i used to put guppy fry in floating - save the babies containers- now i can’t keep doing that. that tank has too nany fish in it already. hopefully the babies make it on their own. 😊
i don’t feed guppy fry to predator fish. they are in an all guppy tank. i continue to provide Hikari First Bites fry food. i know the adult guppies could eat them, but the tank is well planted and there is space below an internal filter in horizontal form for hiding.
i was shocked to find a patch of snail eggs the size of a small dinner plate in my guppy aquarium!
do you think goldfish eat bladder snails? i transfer some snails to the goldfish tank- but it looks like the number in there goes down.
okay. i might squish bladder snails in my amano shrimp tank. tried a new brand of shrimp food- Fluval shrimp granules. they are bigger. my shrimp aren’t eating, but guess who is eating. the Snails. ughh.
going back to Hikari shrimp food. and i may start squishing snails. 😞 but my amanos are too...
thanks. i did move a lot to the guppy 20 gallon tank that is a lot of work and i would like to down size. i do over feed i guess. i stopped “saving” newly hatched guppies. i could put some in my native north american fish- they eat them. anyone want guppies. ughh😬
wow- can i just fly you over here ?😉
thank you for the help. i did read that ammonia levels can cause red gills. along with ammonia fish are at the top of the tank. which was happening. i bought a new sponge filter to go along with Fluval 4, which should clean 40-50 gallons. plus a medium size...