|08-12-2010 06:41 AM|
so you are saying that aquatic snails are the cockroach of aquariums!!!
If they are then I should have no problem shipping them in any way it sounds like I just need to keep them from drying out is that right
|08-11-2010 05:53 PM|
When I moved (south to north) cross-country three years ago, I unintentionally moved my MT snails:
I placed my driftwood and gravel in a big rubbermaid container (covered) in the back of my topper-covered pickup. Parked in a hotel parking lot for about a week (house sold sooner than we could move) then drove north (in August). Stayed at my mothers for another 5 days (i think I remember flushing the container with water while there), moved to new house and waited for aquarium to arrive. Put gravel/driftwood into tank, filled with water, and found live snails!
So any of the methods mentioned above should be fine
|08-11-2010 05:36 AM|
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|08-11-2010 03:51 AM|
|chad320||I wrap them in a paper towel and use a ziploc just like plants. Never an issue. Other than burning hot porches of course.|
|08-09-2010 09:49 PM|
It is air conditioned and I dont have to worry about someone stealing my packages off of my front porch.
|08-09-2010 09:06 PM|
|mordalphus||newspaper in case the bag leaks and for some insulation. They ship fine like that, but if they sit in a hot mailbox they're toast.|
|08-09-2010 08:52 PM|
|familyman03||Why newspaper and how well do they ship like that|
|08-09-2010 07:43 AM|
|mordalphus||in a small flat rate box or a padded cell envelope, packaged in a breather bag with a little water, then wrapped in newspaper.|
|08-09-2010 07:21 AM|
What is the best way to ship trumpet snails
WHAT IS THE BEST AND MOST COST EFFECTIVE WAY TO SHIP MALAYSIAN TRUMPET SNAILS?