Mystery snails come in all kinds of neat colors and don't breed out of control. They will lay an occasional clutch outside of the water, but its easily removed and disposed of if you don't want more snails.
Known as sulawesi snails in my country I had them last time in my sulawesi shrimp tank.I honestly dont know all too much about it yet, but I recently picked up a black rabbit snail that looks pretty cool. (LFS actually sold it as an elephant snail)
Around 6.7ph and 76-78FWhat is the Ph you're shooting for and temperature of this tank?
Mine is in a dirted tank and does no digging that I've seen yet. I've had it about 6 weeks or so now and it seems to stay on the surface of the substrate.Those rabbit snails are awesome! The only downfall is they are diggers so they don't work well in a *dirted* tank.
Nickel. Maybe a little bigger. It grew that big in about two months too. I have dozens of pink/red, blue, and leopard in other tanks and bowls, and none of them are close to that size.is that the size of a dime? nickle?
The original snail is now the size of a quarter. It's offspring are growing quickly too. One is nickle-sized, and two are about the size of dimes.is that the size of a dime? nickle?