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 #4793  by odin
 27 Mar 2018 09:29
Possibly lol, you will get eggs laid around the tank but the probabilities of them developing is extremely low.

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 #4804  by opae ula related
 28 Mar 2018 20:23
pentux wrote: 27 Mar 2018 09:25 Image

Close up. I hope so...the other snail was just added 4 days ago (on sat).

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Maybe but I do know they know their own specie of shells.

I have two species of Hawaiian Pipipi snails. The Theodoxus Neglectus specie is the only one that lives in brackish tanks (my observation, don't know about other people experience) and I have one that keeps going on top of a same specie empty shell even though there are other empty shells of the other specie in there.

just a video of a snail on top of a snail (not of comment above)
 #5323  by odin
 05 Jul 2018 20:32
That would depend on your tank waters parameters and feeding habits :smile:
 #5338  by pentux
 16 Jul 2018 08:48
pentux wrote:I am not even feeding now seeing how much stuff is being developed in the tank surface

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Water test seems fine after some time. And shrimps seems happy. The sea fan is starting to get mossy gluey thoughImage

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 #5339  by odin
 16 Jul 2018 10:13
Try reducing your lights next, I have mine on for about 9 hours a day.

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 #7090  by pentux
 12 Apr 2019 01:52

Finally some babies!! Didnt even noticed the females were berried.

Have been away lately n my colleague told me about it

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