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fresh water hydra

11 years 4 months ago #20535 by rm-slover
Replied by rm-slover on topic fresh water hydra
I read online that molies and swordtails will eat them. I think I may pull the crayfish and throw a few of my swordtails in that tank

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11 years 4 months ago #20532 by Nuchal Man
Replied by Nuchal Man on topic fresh water hydra
Stop feeding daphnia, brine, anything small for now. I had them hitching in on baby brine shrimp about 5 years ago. I heard some gourami species will eat them, I think it was dwarfs or three spots, but I could be wrong. I used copper to rid of mine, but with crayfish in there that obviously won't work.

As far as being concerned for the fish, I had them kill off groups of fry twice. Don't know what they would do to crayfish though.

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11 years 4 months ago #20528 by rm-slover
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No they are actually the hydra.  I'll scrape off the glass and do WC's.

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11 years 4 months ago #20527 by dragonkeeper
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If they are what I am thinking of they aren't Hydra. I am thinking that they are worms. I have had the same thing before. They are naturally in the water supply and are harmless to fish. Generally they are able to take hold of a tank with water quality issues.

Water change, scrape them off the glass. Your crayfish fry will probably gobble them up on the bottom. Not hard to get rid of.

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11 years 4 months ago #20524 by rm-slover
fresh water hydra was created by rm-slover
Last night I noticed in my crayfish tank that I have many small hydra attached to the glass. Should I be concerned? I didnt have much luck figuring out what caused these and how to rid myself of them.

They are in the 15 Gallon tank with my Self-Cloning Marble Crayfish. There are 3 adults, 2 have carried, and about 10-12 at about 1/2-5/8 of an inch fry.

I dont think they are of an issue now but but fear the possibility of them moving to another tank via WC or removing an in berry crayfish. After spotting them I did about a 50% WC.

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