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So, If You Do A Water Change In The Snail Tank...

Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by Homeslice, Jun 25, 2019.

  1. HomesliceWell Known MemberMember

    and you see this, does your mind go to not enough de-chlorinator was used, or too much was used?

    Thanks!



     



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  2. nikm128Fishlore VIPMember

    I would think not enough, they do that when something is off about their current water. They are literally trying to escape to better water
     
  3. HomesliceWell Known MemberMember

    Thanks nikm128, but it is weird, I went like 4x on the prime. They seem to do it no matter how much or how little I put in! Very weird!
     
  4. nikm128Fishlore VIPMember

    In that case it could be something else, seachem also states that up to 5x the dose is safe. Do you know the current parameters?
     
  5. scarfaceFishlore VIPMember

    Pretty sure you put in too much. It's hard to underdose, especially since people do partial water changes, and the old water further dilutes whatever residual chlorine or chloramines that are left.
     
  6. david1978Fishlore LegendMember

    My mind to some thing in the water since you have been having issues at water change time with other tanks.
     
  7. gokValued MemberMember

    Wow, never seen anything like this...

    They seem to have gathered to protest and voice their concern...
     
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