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Old 09-07-2014, 11:10 PM   #1
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Snail

What type of snail? Good? Bad?



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Pond snail, bad if you don't have puffers to feed.

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Pond snail, bad if you don't have puffers to feed.

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Darn. What can I do. They're in 2 of my tanks


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The 2 tanks they're in are 3.7 and 10 gallons. What can I put in there


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If there's not too many you can pick them out or do a search for snail traps.

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Nothing eats them? If I leave them what happens? How about assassin snails? Thanks for the help


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Let them multiply and mail them to me lol I own 3 GSP's and could use some snails!


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Nothing eats them? If I leave them what happens? How about assassin snails? Thanks for the help


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Ok how many in each tank?


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Assassins will not eliminate all the pond snails as they reproduce to fast. They will keep the population under control though. Some loaches also eat snails
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