Hello, I'm looking for advice on a snail explosion in a 10 gallon planted tank with dwarf shrimp and dwarf Rasboras. My background - I've kept aquariums for 7ish years, planted for the past 2 years. I currently have 4 tanks, all planted. A 40 gallon with mollies, Rasboras and tetras. It's my original planted tank and it's well planted and established - it has assassin snails and ramshorn. I have a 10 gallon beta tank with a few nitrile snails and a few ramshorn snails. Both those tanks the snail population is controlled. My last tank is at my office and is planted but no fish yet, as it just finished cycling. So I'd call myself a semi experienced but definitely still learning hobbyist. My tank that is the problem has been set up for 6ish months. I cycled it and got the plants established- I still use easy/beginner plants as I'm not ready for a complicated setup. I failed to dip my plants correctly when I ordered them and a few pond snails set up camp in the tank. I allowed them to stay, as the numbers stayed under control. I added dwarf shrimp and dwarf Rasboras and everything was going well. I went away for vacation and my well meaning friend (over)fed my tanks. And a few weeks later boom snails everywhere in this tank. And i cannot get it under control. Daily the sides of my tank are covered with snails and the substrate looks like its moving with all the snails crawling around. I'm so frustrated, I don't know what to do to get the population back down. When I see eggs on the glass, I remove them, but they are all through the plants in the tank. I don't mind snails but this is too much - I can't enjoy the shrimp and Rasboras because the snails are so thick on the glass. I'm almost ready to pull the fish and shrimp, put them in my tank I just cycled at my office and start this 10 gallon over. I've tried the lettuce trick, I've tried capturing them in a trap (but I catch shrimp too and then end up loosing the caught snails attempting to move the shrimp out of the trap), I've tried just hand picking the snails out. I'm worried I'm stressing my shrimp by disturbing them so frequently. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I also end up overfeeding the tank because the snails attack the shrimp food so quickly, my shrimp don't stand a chance at getting any. And all food is cleaned up quickly, but I know I'm just feeding the snails so they can make more! Thank you in advance!!!