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  • Willlow65@aol.com
    I also have a worm problem..In one of my tanks I have white thin worms that hang around the surface. I was told they are bacterial worms that come from
    Message 1 of 7 , Dec 1, 2003
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      I also have a worm problem..In one of my tanks I have white thin worms that hang around the surface.  I was told they are bacterial worms that come from uneaten food on the surface. Any clue how to get rid of them?
      Lisa
    • Nimish
      dwarf gouramis, kissing gouramis, guppies etc. are good in controlling hydra and such worms. ... worms that ... come from
      Message 2 of 7 , Dec 1, 2003
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        dwarf gouramis, kissing gouramis, guppies etc. are good in
        controlling hydra and such worms.

        --- In UniQuaria@yahoogroups.com, Willlow65@a... wrote:
        > I also have a worm problem..In one of my tanks I have white thin
        worms that
        > hang around the surface. I was told they are bacterial worms that
        come from
        > uneaten food on the surface. Any clue how to get rid of them?
        > Lisa
      • Tom Reagin
        Might also be planaria or flat worms TomR ... ===== Thomas G. Reagin, O.D. 104 Church Street Decatur, GA 30030 Voice (404)378-3694 Fax (404)373-0741
        Message 3 of 7 , Dec 2, 2003
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          Might also be planaria or flat worms

          TomR



          > it could be hydra,

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        • Nimish
          luckily never seen one of those:) but in a new tank? Nim
          Message 4 of 7 , Dec 2, 2003
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            luckily never seen one of those:) but in a new tank?

            Nim

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            > Might also be planaria or flat worms
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            > TomR
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          • Nestor D Gregorio
            also angels which i keep with koi and goldfish but big space..they eat up all the anchor worms and hydras they can find ...
            Message 5 of 7 , Dec 2, 2003
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              also angels which i keep with koi and goldfish but big space..they eat up all the anchor worms and hydras they can find
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              >> I also have a worm problem..In one of my tanks I have white thin <BR>
              >worms that <BR>
              >> hang around the surface.  I was told they are bacterial worms that <BR>
              >come from <BR>
              >> uneaten food on the surface. Any clue how to get rid of them?<BR>
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