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  1. Hey everyone ... I put some new plants in my 10 gallon. At the time (Sept 26th) it was still cycling. I put in Cryptocoryne Lucens, Cryptocoryne Tropica, Dwarf Hairgrass, Cryptocoryne Wendtii Green. Since then 2 of the Lucens, and the Wendtii Green melted. My mystery snail ate the melted plants. Now it's been at least a week to 10 days since they've been completely gone. My question is, how long before there should be regrowth if any? And at what point do I give up and assume they're not coming back. info... on 10/10/21 perameters were: ammonia - 0, nitrites - 0, nitrates were 10, did a water change, 10/12/21 same except nitrates were 0 Substrate is Fluval Plant and Shrimp Stratum capped with a pea gravel
  2. So I thought I had experienced crypt melt in the past. And to be honest I thought most people were exagerrating. Whenever my crypts got a little upset they would just die back just a little bit, maybe a leaf or two. Boy was I wrong. Three weeks ago I attempted to treat some planaria in my shrimp tank. I used the product No Planaria for the first time after hearing so many positive remarks on it. It worked, however, my crypts however within three days melted right to the ground. How long does it take typically for crypts to rebound back (if they do at all?) after a crypt melt? The tank has now had three 40% water changes over the last two weeks in hope to get the no planaria out.
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