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Oh man! That’s way worse than i thought... Luckily i am in the process of moving shrimp into this new tank, so i guess i can move them back into the old tank and start the new tank over.SixThreeOh said:I'd move the shrimp. Tear down the tank and restart it with new gravel and decorations. If there's one there's two, and if there's two, there's... more. I may be a bit irrational since I had some damselfly nymphs wipe out my blue diamond colony. I removed 2 nymphs, but by the time I tore down the tank, there were over twenty.
How do they keep getting in there? i am guessing they came in on plants that i recently bought, but there would have to be adult damselflies for them to keep reappearing, right?smee82 said:Theyre a pain to remove. I pull 1 outof my shrimp tank every few days but its overgrow pretty badly so its hard to see anything in it.
Geez!wodesorel said:The nymphs can live for years in some cases, depending on the species and conditions.
Oh man. They sound evil.smee82 said:I think i read somewhere they usually live for atleast 3yrs before they change so you can have them for a while.