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 #7723  by odin
 20 Jun 2019 15:10
I use this on my Sony camera https://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/came ... s/sel30m35

You don’t need expansive kit though, try using one of those clip on macro lenses for your camera phone.


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 #7727  by opae ula related
 20 Jun 2019 18:43
Algae In Space wrote:Yay my first two floaters :lol:
Congrats!
 #7739  by Algae In Space
 21 Jun 2019 09:29
odin wrote: 12 Jun 2019 12:45 I’d go with zebra nerite snails as they won’t breed and are bigger, if you pull out all the long stuff they just go about eating most of the algae and hair algae.


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Which one would you recommend? There are so many types of zebra nerites. Difficult to get the ones who live in brackish water or seawater here in Austria.
 #7741  by odin
 21 Jun 2019 12:48
Large zebra nerites... all mine are from fresh water tanks and I introduce them to my brackish tanks and they do fine.

https://aquariuminfo.org/zebraneritesnail.html




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 #7747  by Algae In Space
 21 Jun 2019 18:38
Bought two Neritina pulligera today. And there was even a baby snail in there. Can't tell what kind of snail it is. It's too small :dead:
 #7765  by Algae In Space
 24 Jun 2019 15:03
Here they are. Let's see how they will do.
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