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Default Pumilio Tadpoles and Too Much Water?

I have my first clutch of pumilio eggs that are developing nicely. Assuming they are successfully moved to broms, can someone advise on the amount of water flushing I need? I have a mister set for once a day 2 seconds, but I find that the water level in the tank is rising in a hurry. Should I let it rise and remove excess with a turkey baster? Or can I get away with less water? I'm concerned about disrupting the tank to remove water, but I don't want a flood or soaked substrate.

Thanks for your help.
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