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We all have almost had some bad experiences with pest snails, and some have never got past the bad times and experienced the good times some species of snail can give us. I want to share snail appreciation,

So here are my snails

Nerite

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( I don't believe this guy or his brethren nerites in the tank caused the damage to the leaves, he roamed out on to the leaf, wondered around very quickly and high tailed it back off. Quickest I have ever seen a nerite move)

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Light coloured shell and body notopala

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And dark coloured body and shell

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This huge type, no idea of its correct name but doesn't seem to breed in the tank

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Not a standard MTS, and wild caught locally

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I don't know what these guys are either but for now I am calling them turban shells

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All of these snails are from creeks generally not far from my home in Central Queensland.

 

 

 

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Vadnappa

Wow that big one is cool! Does it have a red foot or was that the flash? Awsum shell too

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Baccus

No its foot is not normally that red, it was one of the settings I was using on my camera lastnight, But it does have a pinkish tinge with yellow spots in close up.

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