So I went to Arizona for two weeks. When I got back, the fishsitter had overfed my tanks. I've got tons of Briggs snails (Mysteries) I'm growing out, and they had like doubled in size. Which would be great, but my water was LITERALLY green and smelled HORRIBLE because they'd been overfed so bad, so their shells look a little dirty. So I did some huge water changes to get them back to good, and went online to sell a bunch of the snails. Was going to post here, but wasn't sure how many I'd have left. Then I went to F4U to talk about selling some to them... Got home and was like, "Well, at least I know my snail numbers will be back to a manageable level soon..." Anddddddd then I noticed my Corys breeding. Hahaha! Oh, man. I thought they were all females!! They are all so chubby! Guess they need to go on a diet. Figured they'd eat the eggs because I didn't have another tank to put the parents in afterward, but got up this morning and there are over 75 eggs that I can see on the glass and plants, as well as a bunch scattered in the substrate. Sooooo I guess I'm setting up another tank today to play musical fish, to get the Betta and parents out of there. So fingers crossed that they hatch, but at the same time... Good lord, what am I going to do with that many baby Corys? I reallllly miss my big tanks! Anyone else got breeding going on in their tanks?