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Old 06-06-2007, 12:57 AM   #11
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Are queen conch's simliar in the size aspect to a tiger conch? My lfs has a tiger in and I was skeptical about picking it up due to their growth. Cool looking animals though...
Tiger conchs only grow to about 3-4", so they are smaller than queen conchs. I have a tiger conch, and it does a great job at keeping the sand bed stirred and clean due to it's behavior of burying itself and feeding habits. I've yet to see it leave the sand. It's a model citizen, I really like them. HTH

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Thanks chizzle, I'd love to see a picture(s).

Mike, thanks. Mine go occasionally on the rocks and I found one of mine stuck in a colony of GSP, haha. But I agree, model citizens, they rock.


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