What Are These?

Discussion in 'Advanced Freshwater Aquarium Topics' started by BGK Unlimited, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. BGK Unlimited

    BGK Unlimited New Member Member

    Does anyone know what are these ? Are they parasites or signs of polluted environment ? fad6a3483b39c8cb6136416a7f4ff5b4.jpg 8e77b2bf4e33995ff7b975bf0496bdc4.jpg 8e5ab9b21d3c60eeca5dcbba64237ae5.jpg a62fdb61fcbab20e77b335a8e78a48e4.jpg
  2. B

    Bruxes and Bubbles Well Known Member Member

    Are they worm-like or more like cyclopoida?
  3. Keystone

    Keystone Well Known Member Member

    Do they move in short jerky bursts?
  4. Anders247

    Anders247 Fishlore Legend Member

    Looks like planaria to me.
  5. s

    smee82 Fishlore VIP Member

    Either planaia or detrious worms. Cant really tell. Do they swik around if you knock them off the glass
  6. Piggy50

    Piggy50 New Member Member

    What ever they are I would get rid of them asap
  7. oOBlueOo

    oOBlueOo Well Known Member Member

    Another vote for planaria. All you gotta do is more water changes and usually they'll disappear.
  8. goplecos

    goplecos Well Known Member Member

    I would say planaria. You could be overfeeding the fish.

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