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Old 05-03-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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I am assuming these are FW.
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yep. i wouldnt touch sw with a 10 foot pole lol
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I was just wondering because I said they would look nice in my reef but I guess not.
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lol there are other nerites that are sw. these all need at least bw to breed. in the wild they lay their eggs in the rivers/streams once they hatch they are swept out to the bw. once they start start to get bigger they make their way back into the river systems. there are also some that stay in sw all the time.
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They look pretty cool. Nice pickup gamer.
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