Swred5 Posted May 24, 2021 Share Posted May 24, 2021 I have a 15 gallon tank that st one point had 10 male guppies and endlers. Slowly over the year and a half they all died off except for 1 little blue endler. Over time I have added 5 false julli cory Dora's who all seem to be doing great. I reently added 6 green neon and a dwarf Honey Gurami (blame Irene's video) and did a water change the day after I got them and noticed a couple of these red worms on the glass inside the aquarium. They were approximately 2 inches long and went down and burrowed in the sand. Is this something that needs to be eradicated? Are they harmful to my fish? At one time I had at least 30 red cherry shrimp that slowly disappeared, I figured the snails were part of the problem. I do have a TON of snails, I feed to my puffer, incase that info helps. I'm freaking out as I have an irrational worm phobia and am freaking out about sticking my hand in there. Thank you for any info you may have. Amiee Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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