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Old 09-23-2009, 11:05 PM   #311
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Yay pics. Looks awesome. What kind of snail is tht?
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Those are nassa snails!!!! The ones i dread!!! The heck with all of them nassarius demons!!!

But yeah, those are nassarius snails. They burrow in the sand and come out for food. It's pretty cool watching them, because they burst out of the sandbed at some pretty amazing speeds lol. And for snails.. they aren't that slow at all.

JOM, couple questions. When you observe your snails, do they leave a slime trail wherever they go? Or even a little bit of slime? Also, have you ever seen any of them climbing on your rockwork, or have they just been sticking to the sandbed?


Also, how did you glue those coral to your rockwork? What did you use?
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Lookin great!

ZerO---I have 6 of these snails. They dont leave a slime trail in my tank. Also, mine are rarely on the rocks. They are mostly in the sand, but if there is a piece of food on the rocks or something they crawl up on the rocks.

Again kristin...lookin great!!!
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Awesome as always. So if i start i tank are you gonna frag those zoas for me?
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JOM, couple questions. When you observe your snails, do they leave a slime trail wherever they go? Or even a little bit of slime? Also, have you ever seen any of them climbing on your rockwork, or have they just been sticking to the sandbed?


Also, how did you glue those coral to your rockwork? What did you use?
Yeah, mine sometimes leave slime trails...I especially notice them on the glass. Mine do climb on the rockwork sometimes and on the glass.

I didn't glue any coral to the rocks yet. They are all on their own rocks, just sitting on mine. The Hammer has a pointed base, so its stuck in a hole in a rock.

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Awesome as always. So if i start i tank are you gonna frag those zoas for me?
I might. If I have the guts to frag by then and if someone else who has dibs has already received theirs.
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Hence.. i hate nassa snails. Compared to all the other snails.. they are pigs.
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I feel the opposite about mine. I love those guys!
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I feel the opposite about mine. I love those guys!
Me too, My girls have fun looking for the periscopes everyday.
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I don't have any. Need to get some.
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