It's been a while since i posted here, i think almost two months or so but school has finally started to simmer down a bit. Therefore giving me more free time. Anyway my 29 gallon is still running quite smoothly, i haven't really added anymore fish besides a white molly which brings me to:
- 6 Glowlight Tetras
- 2 Ballon Mollies
- 1 White Molly
- 1 Lyretail Guppy
- 3 Peppered Cories
I still plan on adding two baby angels, but i'm in no rush at the moment so i'll get some next time i happen to be at the fish store. But now i'll get to the real reason for this thread. This is my first planted tank and i now have java fern, a couple amazon swords, & a type of cryptocoryne. The cryptocoryne was doing very very good and was growing the most out of all my plants but then something started eating it really badly. I had a slight snail problem and thought maybe they were munching on the plants, but then i took care of that & the plant is still being eaten. And it's not just the leaves anymore, something's eating part of the stem too. I'm kinda POed because it was coming along so nicely and then something had to go and start eating it. So my questions are: which fish is most likely to be eating it? & is there anything i can do about it? any help is much appreciated.
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