I had some volunteer small snails ride in on something and are now hanging out in my plant quarantine bowl, aka the Salad Bowl. What is a humane way of disposing of them? I let them hang around because my kids love to watch them, but they kinda nullify the whole point of quarantining my plants, and I've already had to fish a few out of the bookshelf tank. Plus I think they are working on making more snails.
I bought a anubias tied to a rock last week, and by the time I got the 10 yards of fishing line off it, I was pleased to discover I had 3 anubias. I got a new rock for one of them. It will be tied on with ONE string. The other may just get tossed in something to float about, as I understand they don't mind the nomadic life.
In the most traumatic episode, I had nematodes ride in on something, and made it into Chicory's tank. One ended up getting on him
The end of that monthlong fight was brought about by my new favorite product, Coppersafe.
I love the live plants in the tank - they make them look so nice and they are better for the fish, it's just kinda annoying that they can also bring in things ranging from annoying to unsafe!