I recieved some great assistance with ridding my 40 gal of cyanobacteria, from this forum["algae battle" in the algae scetion]. Now i have the daunting task of moving. The tank is well established and soon after ridding it of cyanobacteria I receaved a small crop up of BBA[hopefully not staghorn] but my main question is how can i use this opportunity of moving to get rid of my dreaded columbian ramshorn/pond snails. I have been picking out any visible ones and their #s seem to be getting smaller, but i want to exterminate them. I like my beneficial MTSs, and I want to get some red ramshorns[the kind that dont eat plants and stay small]. What would be the appropriate mixture of bleach to rid the plants of any eggs/snails and what about the substrate? Do I have to start over with fresh flourite/gravel[that could get expensive, and cause the cycleing process]? My plants are anubias, java fern, amazon sword, dwarf onion, val. natans, asian ambulia, and a couple unknown swords,[soon to add dwarf sag and java moss to complete the foreground]. My fish are pretty sensitive types [but all doing great]: rummy-noses, ottocinculus, and panda corries. I dont have much in the way of keeping them housed, except an empty and unfiltered 10 and 5 gallon tanks, so i would like to be able to complete the move in 1 to 2 days. Anyone with any expierence, advice?