Cinnebuns Posted August 6, 2022 Share Posted August 6, 2022 (edited) A few weeks ago I got some pseudomugil furcata or forktailed rainbowfish. The very next day I found 1 inside a sinking spawning mop intended for cories dead. I decided to give it time before acting. Less than a week later I found another one in the other spawning mop. I decided to cut the mops to make them thinner. Shortly after I found a 3rd one. This time it had been mostly eaten apart by the time I found it. Then, this morning, I found an oto I just got yesterday dead in one. Idk what to do. I don't think they can be thinned too much more. I kinda don't wanna remove them completely because I rely on them for pulling cory eggs. Another thought is that they are heavy and weighed down more from being used for a long period of time and maybe I can make new ones that would be lighter. The problem there is the inevitable cycle crash as they are housing a large amount of beneficial bacteria. Edited August 8, 2022 by Cinnebuns Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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