NoobieFish Posted February 11, 2022 Share Posted February 11, 2022 I will admit that probably due to my own negligence over the past 6 month I have been slowly losing fish (my excuse is busy life with 3 young kids). Just recently my two large breeding pair of BN plecos passed on and I had lost most of the babies prior to that. I had also lost all my cories over a couple of months before that. Not sure really why. Water quality by overt appearance is fine. Clear is water with minimal algae and no smell. The tank has been established over a year, well planted and lightly stocked (72g). Shockingly, I have not lost any of my school of cardinals, the only fish remaining, only the bottom dwellers. The other day after dropping some food in and walking away, my eldest told me to come look and a mountain of planaria had come boiling out of the substrate to eat the food. Obviously I need to cut back on feeding since the fish population is so low now. I was thinking of restocking since things have lightened a bit at home with the youngest baby getting a bit older. Does anyone have experience with fish that will eat planaria? Might as well utilize that live food source for the new fish. I was thinking either angels or some other cichlids. Maybe bottom dwellers like Kuhlis or cories? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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