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I've had these snails in my tank for over a year and I don't know what kind they are. They're incredibly hardy and unknowingly got them attached to some plants I got at petsmart. If anyone can ID them please help me! I live these guys and they're the only snails that have survived living with my goldfish.
This article was written by Werner Klotz, the scientist who authored the recent description of CRS and tigers from Southern China. I have written permission from the author to translate and reproduce the article here. I thank the author for permission to post this information here. I apologise in advance if my translation differs substantially from the original. The original article can be found (in german) here: http://www.wirbellose.de/klotz/neocaridina.html Caridina or Neocaridina? © Werner Klotz Many of our dwarf shrimp do not have a scientific name and are instead referred
Hi all, Newbie here - assuming this is a basic algae? I undertake 20% water changes a week for my 3ft tank/100l tank. Tank has been set up for about 3-4 months. I had my lighting at 9 hours a day but have read I may have increased the lighting too quickly (started at about 5 hours a day), so have also dropped that to 6 hours. Most prominent to see on my huge hunk of java moss, but I note all sides of the tank glass are actually pretty stained. I am surprised how quickly its popped up. You can note it on most of the java fern as a browny colour. Any clarification would be great! Thanks
Mum bought some plants for her Guppy tank and one of them I'm unsure of what it is, it was sold as Blyxa but I am certain it isn't, it's too upright and some what hard, unlike the soft, lightly bent leaf of a Blyxa, any ideas of what it is anyone? It's growing quite well and I actually don't mind it either.