Algae In Space wrote:Also have a look at this crazy algae ball. It has grown a massive afro!Ha. Needs a haircut.
Vorteil wrote:@Algae In SpaceDamn!!! Your first photo! I was able to get rid of them in my opae ula tank and I dump them in my small betta tanks and they reproduce but not like yours. :)
You are either me, my twin brother, or ... You are going through everything that I had in the past. Hair algae & MTS. At first the smaller MTS I had didn't produce too many babies just a few here and there. Nothing crazy. Then I decided to stich a bunch of adult MTS in my tanks. Babies exploded all over the place. This was not what I wanted. Big regrets with tiny white specs all over the tanks. Great looking snails but reproduce too much. My fault to a degree too.
Now here's a tub of snails
Arnold wrote: ↑23 Feb 2019 15:22 My white MTS also are starting to populate, there are a lot of babies, they are doing a fantastic work cleaning the substrate its funny how they dig themselves in the sand. The Marimo balls need a haircut, I also have that stringy algae that grows on the cladophora its a pain to get rid off