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Anyone collect their own Olive Nerite snails

Anyone collect their own Olive Nerite snails here in Florida? Especially on the space coast.

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Are they found in this area?

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It is my understanding that they are. Maybe more here on the east coast.

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I have only seen Japanese Trap Door snails to be honest.

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Where did you see those?

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where would I look for them?

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Apparently where fresh water runs into saltwater and in brackish water.

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check mangroves. I've seen snails all over them that are out of the water. they look like nerites but it doesn't make sense for them to be out of the water.
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Maybe laying eggs. The mystery snails lay eggs out of the water

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Olives lay their eggs underwater, those may be apple snails.

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post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 04:18 AM
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Santa Fe River near White springs, millions of them.
About 1 hour away from any saltwater.
They also live near saltwater also, I found them all over near Cedar Key.

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Where we found them in Cedar Key



Sorry, this is a bit Westcoast FL.

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That is good to know, I will have to look some more here on the east coast!!

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