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  1. Marcy

    Ack!

    Thank you!! I don’t have a photo of one that I removed. I was too grossed out. Someone on another forum (the co-op page off FB) thought they looked like leeches. They sure behaved like leeches. If I find another I’ll take a photo of it. I have no gravel in my tank thankfully. So I’ll vacuum up what’s on the bottom. Thank you SO MUCH for your help!!!
  2. Marcy

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    thanks @Colu I will look for both of these today. I actually did remove three of them last night with a tweezers. But I’m worried about the rest of the tank. Like do I need to throw everything out? I don’t want eggs or pupae. And if I transfer my snails to another tank, can they take it with them? Or should I set up a separate tank for them? (I have an extra marine land 5 gallon) what a mess. I hate these things.
  3. Marcy

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    Thank you. Can I get fenbendazole at a LFS? Or do I need to go to the vet?
  4. Marcy

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    ALSO: I’ve been dosing prazipro. Two weeks in a row. Then again last Sunday and I’ll dose again this Sunday. I’m at my wits end. I can still see little worms wriggling around the bottom. Even with zero substrate.
  5. Marcy

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    I’m still having this problem. I have two juveniles left, one with one of these things hanging off his tail. ph 8 0 ammonia 0 nitrates nitrites 0-25 don’t have anything to test hardness. temp now is 76. I got a new tank with a heater and it doesn’t have number on the dial and I had apparently turned it up all the way and it was up to 100°. Anyway, it’s at 76 currently, but ideal is 78-80 tank size is 20g no substrate i can figure out what these are. they’re not eating, this one swims on the bottom, the other that has no visible worms swims at the top. I had 5 of these on Sunday. I’m down to 2.
  6. Marcy

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    Help! Whatever this is is killing off all of my life bearers! I noticed him dying off a couple days ago and I thought it might’ve been the assassin snail that’s in my tank but I don’t think it is. I’ve seen these in my substrate but I thought they were just Demetrious wormsI noticed him dying off a couple days ago and I thought it might’ve been the assassin snail that’s in my tank but I don’t think it is. I’ve seen these in my substrate but I thought they were just Demetrious worms or whatever they’re called. or whatever they’re called.
  7. Thank you!! I’m going to head over to the fish store today and see what they have. A friend of mine picked this up for me so I have no idea what happened between then and when it got to me. It wasn’t expensive, so if I have to trash it, it’s no big. I also have some hair grass that I have no idea what I’m going to do with.
  8. The spare tank I have is a marineland portrait. Won’t the water become stagnant?
  9. Good thing I just emptied out a 5 gallon huh? Filter? Sponge filter good enough?
  10. I bought it at my LFS. Who literally got it in like the day before. It hasn’t been hot here. But it has been chilly. I’ll get a pic of pieces and post.
  11. I just bought some of this “moss” and 1. It stinks. 2. It looks nothing like what I find anywhere else. 3. It literally looks like cooked chopped spinach. I mean, am I missing something?
  12. That’s actually exactly what I did. I tried to remove it and I didn’t realize it was telescopic. At least it’s not as noisy!
  13. Ugh! Thank goodness my daughter saw it! He was hiding under one of my lava rocks! I smushed it. I like dragon flies, but not in my fish tank!!!
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