AnsleyBleu Posted December 5, 2022 Share Posted December 5, 2022 (edited) Ideas please! I am having trouble keeping Mystery and Nerite snails alive lately. I also had a die-off of Malaysian Trumpet snails too, but Ramshorn and Bladder snails are thriving. I tried a few limpets that did not make it either. I have seen Ramshorns on the body of the Mystery snails, and assumed an attack, but am not sure. My orange neocardaina disapeared after thriving for about a year, but I was thinking the Forktail ranibow fish ate them? I was thinking I needed to test for copper, but Ramshorns and Bladder snails are fine. I have one Amano shrimp left - I think most died after a year or more. 29 gallon planted aquarium set-up in Feb 2021. Water: 0 ammonia 0 nitrites 10-40 nitrates I dose: weekly easy green and monthly Seachem and/or easy root tabs liquid potassium Sometimes liquid carbonate Occasional wonder shell I feed: Easy fry Hikari shrimp food a few times a week Algae wafers a few times a week Brine shrimp 1x per week Sometimes various flake foods or freeze dried foods Stocking: Forktail rainbowfish Chili Rasbora Pseudomugil Gertrudae Dwarf corydoras Ottocynclus Ramshorn snails Bladder Snails Maybe an Amano shrimp Substrate is fairly deep - around 3" - pool filter sand bottom covered by a mix of crushed coral and aqua soil. Edited December 5, 2022 by AnsleyBleu Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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