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  1. I would think you need at least an inch and a half of substrate the little patches you have is ideal because it will propagate with runners and it will propagate fast under the right conditions I would go with strong medium light and easy green with at least an inch and a half of substrate
  2. Thanks I'm sure if I change the settings on my phone I would be able to upload it maybe I'll figure it out sooner or later thank you. Actually I use to do YouTube professionally but it was a totally different genre than fish
  3. @Calmedbyfish probably 8 inches it's a 10g tank
  4. Where did you get the stone? I would say would have to be a bad plant or if you got your gravel from a landscaping thing or something like that it may contain something that is kind of reacting with the plan like maybe a few or one type of the kind of gravel you have in the mix.
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  6. EZ Green for the Win

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  7. Does anyone know what this is it naturally occurred in my spare 10 gallon tank I kind of like the way it looks draping over the dragonstone. My best guess is some kind of algae but I do not know any help would be much appreciated thank you
  8. Drop your water level 2 or 3 inches and leave it. Mystery snails are not hermaphrodites. But they can change their sexual orientation so as long as you have a few and they are still young enough they will reproduce but you have to drop your water level 2 or 3 in because that is where they will lay their eggs
  9. I have successfully breeded my mystery snails how I was successful is by having a close top leaving the water level two or three in low average temperature 75 degrees. It laid 3 clutches in 3 days then two days later it laid 2 more clutches. Within 3 days the first clutches started turning a pinkish color then a few days later they started getting dark spots which let me know that the baby snails were developing after eight days since the clutch was laid I know this part of it starting to Tear A Part and there were little snails I left that one go and only half of them hatched so on the next one that started hatching I would take a little bit of tank water and splash it on the clutch once a day and that allowed the full clutch to hatch. I would not crumble any clutches because the babies eat the clutch as their first food. Hope this can help whoever reads it
  10. I like the colors combo im getting but still have a lot of work to do. They will be old enough to breed soon. They was born 4/1/21. Out of the 10 left 4 have color
  11. There is only 10 left out of 30 to 40 both mothers are gone. i fond the one that gave birth butt not the other. Funny thing is i think all the baby are female? Maybe the father had something to do with it. I 1st thought he killed them because they was already pregnant but you can see a few of the baby have yellow. I don't know
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