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Re: Getting rid of MTS (Malaysian Trumpet Snails)
> I put a tarp down in the back yard and put the gravel with the snails on
> and left it there for three years. I rinsed it off in a bucket and brought
> it in and put it in brand new tanks and the snails were there in no time.
Good grief! These things and cockroaches might be the only things to survive
a nuclear blast.
BTW, the Riv. sp Paryagi that I took home with me are happy as clams in
their tank--eat anything that hits the water (including flake and small
children) and quite tame. No eggs yet, though, so plan to try adding some
rainwater in the near future to see if the lower pH and lower TDS trigger
For all you Rivulus experts out there: anything else I can try to get these
fish to spawn? How similar are they to Riv. derhami in water conditions
(which I am successfully spawning and rearing at this time)?
in chilly (5F this morning) Ohio
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