Hello Everyone! I have several small tanks. I don't have a lot of space and most of it is taken up by my 20g turtle tank. I have a 10g planted tank. It will be heavily planted once the new plants grow in. Natural substrate of sand and gravel from our local mountain fed river (national monument waters, you couldn't find better), an aqueon 10 filter, a tetra whisper 10-30 filter and a small heater. This tank houses my 5 female breeding guppies, a pictus cat, Nerite snails and pond snails. I do 50% water changes weekly. I also have a 5g tank with 2 adult and several juvenile male guppies (they wouldn't leave the females be for even a moment) and a 1 gallon nursery tank with 8 babies. My question is, my pond snails are reproducing like mad. They came in on some of the plants. I don't mind them too much but they are getting out of control! I know that my tank is supposedly at capacity for fish but I don't want to kill the snails for nothing. I was thinking about getting a Kuhli Loach. They will eat some of the snails and they like the sandy bottom. Will this be too much for my little tank or can my filters and water changes be enough to handle this little beauty?