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Apparently one of my tanks contains a bit of a beatnik Hippie, aside from the over grown algae he seems happy enough always getting about the tank eating. The other day when I was removing algae from the hollow log the BN hangs out in I almost ripped off Mr Hippie snails hairstyle since he was pretending to be just another algae covered bump on the log.

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Matuva

I get the same °°)

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Baccus

I think yours might be a little more Punk Rocker LOL

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waffle

Hahahaha awesome snails you two!!

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Baccus

Another of my nerites this time doing an impersonation of a Nutty Professor.

 

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    • jayc
      No problem. Love helping others if I can. Report back in a week or so. You should test TDS every day around the same time, to keep a track of any changes.
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    • supermansteve32
      Sounds good Jay. Thanks a lot I appreciate all of you
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