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Ivory Mystery Snail


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Mountain View
2440 E Charleston Rd
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  • Diet: Algae Wafers, Fresh Vegetables
  • Maximum size: 2"
  • Water temperature: 72-82° F
  • Swimming level: Bottom
  • Experience level: Beginner
  • Tank Setup: 1+ gallons
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Many fish keepers love mystery snails for their amazing variety of different colored shells and their strange, yet interesting antics. They are fascinating to watch as they come up for air and, best of all, they earn their keep by clearing up any rotting vegetation from your aquarium plants as well as algae from the glass.

Snails will adhere to the aquarium glass and crawl up the sides of the tank.

Multiplying snails
Snails readily reproduce in an aquarium environment.

Live aquatic plants arebeneficial for snails, which will graze on their leaves.

Snails can be kept in most tanks, but some gouramis, skunk loaches and other large fish may eat smaller snails.

Staple diet
Although snails will move along the surfaces of the aquarium scraping green algae with their mouths, they will also accept all kinds of commercial flake and pellet foods.

Frequent feedings
For optimum health, feed your aquatic invertebrates as much food as they will consume in 1-3 minutes, twice a day.

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Ivory Mystery Snail is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for snail lovers I recently got a tank of fish and a mystery snail. I'm so glad that I have the snail to clean up the algae and everything from the tank itself. The snail I have is faster than I expected and pretty. I only got one because what I heard from other people is that they will reproduce often and you will end up with a bunch of snails. I am very happy with my mystery snail, and am glad I made the purchase.
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Luv it! I luv it I recommend it to anyone who Love's fish and it also brought Beauty to my betta fish tank!
Date published: 2017-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet snail This snail is super cute and fun to watch - crawls all over the whole tank and does a great job cleaning up. Great tank mate for my male betta and Cherry shrimp.
Date published: 2016-11-18
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Does this snail reproduce asexually? My current snail is leaving a white substance at the top of the water in my fish bowl and I was curious as to what it could be.

Asked by: ek19
Usually they dont. And when they lay a clutch of eggs, you know! They lay them out of the water on the glass at the top and they look like a big cluster of small eggs. They usually need a mate to reproduce though. So you would need two in order to have more..but i had two together for 6 plus months and never got any baby snails.
Answered by: Endiglowgurl
Date published: 2017-12-02

Can I put a mystery snail with my male betta in a 5.5 gallon tank?

Asked by: bluthebetta
I put my snail with my male beta in a smaller tank than yours and they did great together. My beta explored him for a few days and then left him be after that and could care less that it's in the tank with him.
Answered by: ek19
Date published: 2017-12-19

Do ivory mystery snails do good with crown tail bettas?

Asked by: RobinHoodTheCrowmTailBett

I’ve purchased this snail yesterday. It came out to eat yesterday but somehow my snail is not active at all today. Can anyone please tell me why?

Asked by: Diana P91

Isnt this the same thing as the golden mystery snail or is just the picture the same?

Asked by: Majormadam

What does the ivory mystery snail and the ghost shrimp cost altogether with tax?

Asked by: Davidguy
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