Actual problem: how to get rid of snails in an aquarium?

Actual problem: how to get rid of snails in an aquarium?

A regulated snail population in a home aquarium is healthy and beneficial. They clean the aquarium’s walls and eat leftover food, dead fish, and rotten plants. Some of them even have a decorative value. However, these slow-moving underwater inhabitants could one day become excessively numerous. Ramshorn snail and Melania are notorious for causing problems. We’ll show you how …

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Golden apple snail

golden apple snail

Among aquatic organisms, different species of snails stand apart. Most often, representatives of the class of gastropods are found in aquariums. Some of them are considered weedy, because, uncontrollably multiplying, they create an additional biological load on the aquarium and spoil the aesthetics.

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Babaulti Shrimp: Green Aquarium Cleaner

green babaulti shrimp

For those who are looking for small, inconspicuous, and hardworking “cleaners” for their aquarium, the green babaulti shrimp will be an excellent solution to the problem. In a well-planted aquarium, green shrimp will rarely come into contact with the eyes, but will become addicted to cleansing it of the remains of feed, plants and the smallest algae floating in the water.

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