Keeg Posted September 18, 2021 Share Posted September 18, 2021 (edited) I looked in my tank to see some floating black pods hanging from some duck weed, after removing them, I see that theres hundred more at the bottom. I have no idea what these are. Tank info: parameters: 0 Ammonia, 0 nitrite, nitrate 10, dont know gh and kh, 5.5 gallons aquarium masters with bubble filter, receives 6 hours of light from finnex 16inch stingray inhabitants: 1 baby Senegal bichir (2 inches if being generous), 1 young female powder blue gourami, 1 2week old guppy (food for bichir but he won't hunt lol, 1 rams horn snail plants: pogostemon stellatus octopus, marimo moss ball, anubias nana, anubias nana petite, anubias congensis, rotalia indica, pearlweed, amazon sword, and flame moss. I dont know what they are nor where they're from. I did try (nothing attempted to eat it) to feed a (dead) crane fly and (mostly dead) mosquito today though, I dont know if that'll help Also half seem like they want to float while the other half are sunk. And they're super tiny and kind of sticky, when I used tweezers, they stuck to them and I had to scrape them off An identification would be great! And if these are harmful or harmless to fish, regardless, I will be removing them with a strong siphon. Edit: They're super sticky and I can't remove them using a siphon Another edit: they pop! Loudly too! yellow white liquid is inside. Edited September 18, 2021 by Keeg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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