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Old 03-16-2005, 05:52 PM   #1
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crown conch's

I have 2 crown conch's and well they seem to be very busy laying eggs, like all over the place. Has anyone else had them mate??? don't know what I should do, the first batch should be ready to hatch anyday now.


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Cool. Watch and see what happens. If anything, it may be free food for some...lol. Never know. Some may also grow up.
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Well been watching them, and they hatched....i thought that the lil buggers would go down in the sand and some may of. Alot went up on the glass of the aquarium and are noshing the algea on the glass. They are really tiny right now. hoping a few survive cause it would be kewl to watch'em grow. Conchs are still laying eggs too, noticed too, that when they hatch my one emerald green crabs goes over and eats the egg pod when it is empty. All i have in the tank right now are turbo snails, blue legged hermits, a lawnmower blenny and a bicolor psuedochromis, so i don't know if they lil conch's will be food for them or not.

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Reef tanks are great!! Have fun.
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