uggghhhh I have these WEIRD things all of a sudden in my 10 gal aquarium! They look like a form of hydra, aiptasia, or crinoid I wanna say... like weird! They are very small and clear right now. The tank is a warm 75 F and my girls are fine, they dont seem to notice them. They are rooted on my plants, rocks, and the tank itself! I dont like them.
I have recently added a lot of live plants into the tank which include: japanese ruch, cardamine lyrata, Bacopa caroliniana, betta bulbs, and some duckweed. One of my plants, the japanese rush, has a dead yellow leaf. How do I get rid of these thingies!? I dont have to do a full water change, do I? Hopefully these are harmless and wont kill my fish! T-T I have heard gouramis eat hyrdas, but idk about bettas. Help, please.... @-@
here is a crappy picture. like I said these guys are little. They kinda act like rooted crinoids, flowing in the current but are still attatched firmly to the side.