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 #3402  by opae ula related
 06 Jun 2017 19:18
opae ula related wrote:

Got a video of a berried Alpha eating.
For my reference, my only female Alpha is berried again so 3 months apart from last getting berried.
 #3403  by odin
 06 Jun 2017 20:09
That's good news, keep us updated.
 #3411  by opae ula related
 10 Jun 2017 00:42
All I know is the larvae will not survive or even be seen. Just wanted to note they can get berried again within 3 months.
 #3461  by odin
 20 Jun 2017 19:16
I really want some Pipipi snails! :happy:
 #3483  by odin
 26 Jun 2017 18:39
Thanks for the share, how big do they get @opae ula related ? When shrimpmart sold them he sold normal size and extra large ones. Are they the same or do they have different species?
 #3485  by opae ula related
 27 Jun 2017 01:26
Snails? I measure the largest around 13mm. I bought some and I got some for personal use was the Theodoxus Neglectus one. I recently got the Nerita Picea species, the ones in that recent video.
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 #3766  by opae ula related
 19 Aug 2017 07:24
For those that will purchase Pipipi snails, request the Thedoxus Neglectus snails. The true Pipipi snails Nerita Picea don't do well in brackish tanks. From my experience, they like to hide above the water line (can escape if you don't have a tank cover or have a gap between the cover and tank) and have low survival rate. Most of mines became Opae Ula food. :omg:
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