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Old 06-15-2013, 07:53 PM   #1
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Mystery snail babies

I still have about 30 peas size or smaller baby snails. They are 5 weeks old. I will sell them for .50 cents a snail. Shipping will be $5.15 priority mail. Father is a wild type and mother is a light purple stripe.
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Old 06-21-2013, 02:16 AM   #2
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5.15 is still the shipping cost to go to 55372?
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Yes, that is Priority Mail flat rate.
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At pea size do I have to worry about angelfish, red tailed sharks, mollies, or tetras eating them?
I have two adult mystery snails and they do fine but my angels eat ghost shrimp and stuff so I guess I'm worried about paying for the shipping and stuff only to have my angels eat them all.
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The mollies and tetras wouldn't be a problem but the red tailed shark and angelfish would most likely eat them. They are about pea size or a little larger now. I also have some new hatchlings. I would say they would have to be at least quarter size before the fish would leave them alone.
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Okay thank you! 3
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