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Help me identify this snail

Postby easywolf31 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 7:00 pm

I just spotted this cool little dude, about half an inch long, I have 2 rabbit snails in the aquarium but they don't really climb on glass. Hmmmmm

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Re: Help me identify this snail

Postby thornsja19 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:21 pm

Kind of hard to identify from the picture, but did you introduce anything new to the tank, plant/decoration wise, that would have possibly introduced new snails to the tank? If no, maybe your rabbit snails bred? If yes, that could be a trumpet snail
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Re: Help me identify this snail

Postby Deeda » Sat Sep 30, 2017 1:38 pm

The usual hitch hikers are pond snails and bladder snails and there can be variations in their colors.
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Re: Help me identify this snail

Postby easywolf31 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:50 pm

I really think it's a rabbit snail guys. I have an orange and a chocolate inside. Cool looking snails. Lucky they in a tanganyika tank with high ph, kh and gh. In the jewel cichlid tank with low values they quickly die..
145G C. Mobas, J. Marlieris, N. Leleupi
135G Blue Dolphins, C. Kigomas, P. Polleni, J. Marksmithi
75G Green Terrors
60G Peacocks & Haps
60G Brichardis
55G Tanganyika & Malawi Growouts
55G Cubans & Green Texas
45G Electric Blue Jack Dempseys
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