they are cool though 8)Matt Holbrook-Bull said:nice, but your porcupine/staghorns are soooo expensive Richard. Unless theyre ginormous I guess.
yep, they sure do.. but it doesnt stop them welding white eggs to everything!LondonDragon said:
not like any other snails eggs really.. layed individually, and nigh on impossible to remove. They can be a bit of a nightmare as they can lay prolifically.... however, its a small price to pay for such a wonderful creature.aaronnorth said:Good, i dont want them to breed! Are the white eggs like the ones in jelly? Very small? I'm not bothered about them, you cant see them much anyway.
Unlikely any snails will survive with clowns, of any size.AndyTaylor said:Hi, i've actually sent you a message through your site but will the Ruby Nerites really survive in a tank with Loaches? 3 5 inch Clowns to be specific.
From another website that sells them:AndyTaylor said:That's what I would have though. The description of the Ruby Nerite on AE suggests otherwise.
Guess it depends on the loachesDo NOT keep snails with loaches (sucking loaches are ok), pufferfish, crabs, crayfish or large aggressive fish as they will kill snails.
Yes, my local P@H does to. Unfortunately, they're all upside down and there's no one at home..... Nice if you like collecting shells though.JamieH said:Wow.... I love AE, I really do... But they are some expensive snails... they sell red zebra snails at pets at home for Â£2.50!