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Old 07-22-2004, 01:18 AM   #11
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the auction read: "These snails are a cross-breed of " Nassarious Vibex " an excellent sand sifter. And the " Ilyanassa Obsoleta " which is a very good glass cleaner and dose some sand sifting also. So this gives them the proper name of " Nassarious Obsoleta ". The " Nassarious Vibex " is usely found in warmer waters.
The " Ilyanassa Obsoleta " was introduced in Boston a long time ago and is normaly found in colder waters. Another name for the " Ilyanassa Obsoleta " is " Mud Snail ".

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