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    …from predators.What Do Leeches Eat? Leeches attach to and feed on blood from a variety of vertebrate and invertebrate animals ranging from worms snails and insect larvae to larger targets like fish waterfowl and humans.Where Do Leeches Come From? While it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly how…
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails 20 Pack

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    …Under Control * Non-Invasive Compared To Other Snails * Promotes Balanced Ecosystem Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails are the preferred species of snail for recreational and professional pond and water gardeners worldwide. Japanese Trapdoor Snails are one of the few snail varieties…
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  • …food a body of water and shoreline vegetation. These guys chow on a variety of greens and protein including roots stems and buds as well as frogs snails and fish. Besides eating cattails and other marginal aquatic plants muskrats also use their honed teeth to cut down the plants and use them as…
    …that try to stray from these boundaries to keep their growth under control. Re-treat As Needed Due to the fact that pond cattails have a robust root base multiple treatments may be necessary to properly gain control. Once under control they will make a nice addition to your landscape and encourage…
    …to consider and aquatic plants are one of them. Here are just a few reasons why plants are such an intricate part of any pond ecosystem. * Algae Control: Fish waste and other organic material acts like a fertilizer for vegetation in your pond. Add in some sun and the algae blooms will begin. Because…
    …up with an algae bloom in the summer make sure to use a product that is appropriate to the size of your pond and watch for additives that can be harmful to fish and snails. Always have vigorous aeration running when using any type of algae killer. Check out our articles on Water Garden Algae Control
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