What Are These?

  1. BGK Unlimited

    BGK Unlimited Initiate Member

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

  2. Bruxes and Bubbles

    Bruxes and Bubbles Well Known Member Member

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    Are they worm-like or more like cyclopoida?
     

  3. Keystone

    Keystone Well Known Member Member

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    Do they move in short jerky bursts?
     
  4. Anders247

    Anders247 Fishlore Legend Member

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    Looks like planaria to me.
     
  5. smee82

    smee82 Well Known Member Member

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

    Piggy50 Initiate Member

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

    oOBlueOo Well Known Member Member

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

    goplecos Well Known Member Member

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

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