RE: NANFA-- snails in darter tank

Jay DeLong (
Fri, 9 Nov 2001 11:18:38 -0800

> Campostoma will graze the glass and anything else, but they won't get the
> really sticky stuff that snails can with their little scrapers.
> Stonerollers' scrapers are only cartilaginous and not so hard. They do a
> good job on filamentous stuff, though. Jonah's got some small J floridae
> you could try too.

Thanks, Mark. That's the same with the NW grazers I mentioned; their
cartilaginous scraper devices work fine at removing the loose periphyton but
wouldn't get it all.

Thanks for the advice, everyone.

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

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