Hello all. I have a heavily planted 20 long with 8 peppered corys, 7 harlequin rasboras and a dwarf gourmai. I like a "simple" looking tank. Meaning I focused heavily on aquascaping first and foremost, then added fish to compliment the tank. I decided to add 4 ghost shrimp not long ago, just for a little something extra to add interest and as a clean up crew. I chose ghost shrimp because I heard it's pretty difficult to successfully raise baby ghosts as I don't want a big shrimp colony. With all the fish in my tank, 3 h.o.b. filters with no mesh blocking babies from getting sucked up I figured I wouldn't have to deal with a ghost population explosion. unfortunately that's not the case, I just counted around 16-18 full grown ghostys, and countless little little ones. It's cool and all.....but they kind of clutter the look of my tank as I like a more simple looking tank. They are not afraid of anything and constantly zipping all over. Almost remind me of mosquitos zinging around.....I don't want to kill them. Nor do I want so many in my tank.....any advice on what to do with them or how to slow down breeding? I know it's a long shot at a feasible answer but figured I'd ask.