I've done another water change. The tank no longer stinks as bad but there is still a lot of food in there. I thought I had it all but when adding the water back in it started floating around. It blends in with the sand and I cannot see it through the cloudy water. I have my circulation pump at the bottom of the tank to try to get it stirred up but I think it's just too heavy. I also added a king of diy diy water polisher in to the tank hoping it would help.
So when I pulled the bamboo shrimp out to discard it I noticed it had a spilt across it's back like cherry shrimp do when they die during a failed molt. Is it possible that he was in the middle of a molt when all the food got dumped and the shock of the sudden change killed him? Or do you think something else happened?
Well snails thrive and reproduce like crazy. I'm on my third clutch of mystery snail eggs from the same snail. Plus have tons of ramshorn and Mylasian trumpets. It's just shrimp that I can't semm to keep alive.
So ii am doing a water change and I found a fry. It's so itty bitty and cute. I moved it into the breeder trap with the snails most of which have escaped into the main tank. Any idea what it is. I have swordtail and cpds.
I'm back from my vacation. It looks like all but the baby fish survived though I can't find my kuhli loaches. But they hide well. I'll see if they come out during feeding tomorrow. I also can't find my female mystery snail. And the baby swordtail has passed. Hopefully my female snail shows up tomorrow cause there is no way she got out.
So I checked on the tanks today and I have found a cyanobacteria infestation in my Betta tank. I am also missing Little Mama from my 29 gal tank. Everything else seems in order though I still haven't seen the kuhli loaches.
My question now is how do I get rid of cyanobacteria?