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Old 09-01-2008, 02:44 AM   #1
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New also, looking for Mystery Snails

I am new to this site also. I stumbled on to it while I was looking to purchase mystery snails. My 16 year old son started a pond in a hot tub last year. We winter the 20 pond comets and 4 plecys in 2 50-gal tanks and would like to put some Mystery snails into the tank along with some trapdoor snails we have acquired. Trouble is, I can't find any for sale. Lots of sites with info and pics but not for sale. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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Most LFS should carry them, I know petco and petsmart does as well if you have any around you. That's where I usually buy mine. Otherwise aquabid is also very good.
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