KittenFishMom Posted February 4, 2022 Share Posted February 4, 2022 (edited) I found this leech in my 10 gallon betta tank. I have 1 male betta, 1 young flagfish and 3 peppered corys and a bunch of little snails in the tank. I have been looking at all the fins on all the fish and have seen nothing on the fins. I found the first leech in the betta tank about a week ago. I haven't seen leeches in the other tanks. I have been watching them and their fish closely, too. I have a cycled 10 gallon tanks with 10 small tetras, 3 corys, an adult guppy and 4 young guppies. I have another cycled 10 gallon tank that is pretty maxed out with guppies. I have an empty 10 gallon tank I could start to cycle. I have been studying the photos on AquariumScience.org 10.13.4 Aquarium leeches, but it doesn't look like any of the photos to me. Is this the kind of leech I need to worry about? If so, should I move the fish, and if yes, which tank should I move them to? Note: the leech is in the bottom of a standard deli container. It is the round blob on the wall on the container. I added that photo so you could see how big it is Thanks for your experience and advice. Edited February 4, 2022 by KittenFishMom Added a pictured of container Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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