EmmaFish Posted February 25 Share Posted February 25 I am breeding shrimp in a ten gallon tank; there are hundreds of scuds in this tank as well. There are still many baby shrimp in the tank as well, and as far as I can tell the scuds do not attack them. However, every single grain of soil in the tank is a scud; they are all over the decor, surfing up the walls, tangled in balls that fight over the shrimps food. They are an eyesore, and I worry that someday the tank may crash because of the sheer mass of them, or that the shrimp may stop breeding eventually because there are too many scuds. If there were no baby shrimp at the moment I would remove the adult shrimp and CO2 blast the entire thing, but unfortunately I do not know how to remove the scuds without harming the shrimp. Any advice is welcome. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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