Hello, I am hoping to get some advice regarding a pond snail infestation I currently have. I will try to keep things fairly short, but if there is any important info I leave out I would be happy to provide it. In my house we have two 65 gallon aquariums and one 10 gallon aquarium. The ten gallon aquarium is the one with the infestation, so it currently houses a betta fish, three gold cloud fish, a panda cory, a mystery snail, and however many pond snails are in their also. It is hard for me to say how many for sure, but I just picked out all of the ones I saw (totaling around 60-70 of them), and already another dozen have come out that weren't there before. I would very much like to get rid of them, and I've tried various methods I've heard about apart from the use of assassin snails. I am hesitant to do so because of heard different things about them overpopulating and attacking larger snails (which is a concern with my mystery snail in the tank). Does anybody have any first hand experience with this, or has anybody been successful with using a different method for getting rid of these snails? My research has had mixed results, and I suppose responses here may end up being mixed as well. But any help would be greatly appreciated! One last note, most of the plants that were in the tank have been removed, as there were dozens of microscopic snails already eating their way through them. And it would be possible to move the Mystery snail to a larger tank but I'd like to keep him in this one if possible.