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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-04-2013, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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critters that eat white stuff on driftwood

i remember reading that either shrimp or snails will get rid of the fuzzy white stuff on my driftwood but now i cant seem to find out what critter does it. i have a 5.5 gal with 2 anubias and 1 other plant that was unidentified but grows so im happy with it. the driftwood takes up a pretty good amount of space in the tank, so whether or not i would need more than one is also a question.
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well ive read that oto's, shrimp, and snails like to eat it, is 5.5gal big enough for an oto? i have a 10 gal i can put him in when hes not eating the fuzzy stuff. but if that still doesnt work, what kind of shrimp or snails will eat it?
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otos like groups, so I'd have to say no for one in a 5g. A snail or shrimp would be in hog heaven.
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