CJs Aquatics Posted April 24 Share Posted April 24 I’ve struggled with keeping neocaridina in the past and on occasion still struggle today. I have one particular thriving 10 gallon that I’m convinced a lack of bothering it is the reason it’s thriving. With that being said the front glass is covered with algae/biofilm so I don’t get to view them very well. Question is if I clean the front glass will it disturb the colony/ provide a significant lack of grazing surface area/ supplemental feeding opportunity and drastically effect the colony or will they still have enough? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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