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Old 07-02-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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Trumpet snails out of town

I'm going out of town for a week and leaving my 2 platy fry at parents and my aunt who is watching their dogs is going to feed them. But I don't want to take my snails I have an empty 10 gallon tank "we'll with treated water and running filter " and a breeder hanging on the back . Could I leave the breeder on the back and just put some food in and leave them ? There is 1 average size and a baby snail. Thanks.

" I just bought a moss ball to help with the ammonia while I'm gone in my fry tank. So I so t want snails attaching them selves to it because it will go in my 10 gallon tank eventually
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Those snails are really hard to kill. I'd just throw them in the 10g with 1/4 of an algae wafer. It will last them a while and by the time they can't eat it anymore it wont be too far away from your return.
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Those snails are really hard to kill. I'd just throw them in the 10g with 1/4 of an algae wafer. It will last them a while and by the time they can't eat it anymore it wont be too far away from your return.
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