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Old 02-20-2013, 06:59 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by msjinkzd View Post
i had pagodas (brotia pagodula) give birth in freshwater, though they were very difficult to keep for any amount of time with much success.
Cool. That's interesting. I haven't seen mine breed so I thought they were like the Faunus ater snails that need brackish water for larval development.
I have had good survival keeping Pagodas with my rabbit snails under Sulawesi conditions.

I have had no success with the Thiara winteri snails. They have all died on me, in a variety of conditions.
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