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  1. Leigh Muckey

    55G North American Themed Potted Tank Build

    Hey all, Usually I stick to the inverts but this last couple months I've picked up the itch to do my first fully potted tank. I'd like to theme it with North American fish and plants. I'm pretty new to the whole aquarium thing so finicky fish won't do. What would you guys stock your tank with...
  2. Leigh Muckey

    Snails fighting??

    Looks like a mating attempt for sure but what I've noticed is when I add new snails they like to "feel" each other out, literally. It's not really anything to be too concerned about as I have never noticed cannibalistic behavior or any real aggression. Sometimes you just need a snail hug
  3. Leigh Muckey

    Mystery Snail laying eggs...but not above water.

    Yep definitely just snail poop. My girl just got done taking the whole Saturday to poop! It can be alarming if you're not used to snails. One thing interesting to me is that the snail shell is changing color. I've never seen that before. It may be possible that this snail is of a different...
  4. Leigh Muckey

    Munchie snails

    Snails marketed as mystery snails will not eat your live plants. I like them because they get to bigger than ping pong ball size and have great personalities. Also check the article Nickdrummer posted.
  5. Leigh Muckey

    Snail ID help?

    Looks like a pond snail to me. The cone on the shell is a little too prominent to be a mystery/ apple snail IMO. Also if the other tank is full of pond snails, do you have mystery snails at all? If not I'd stick with the bladder/ pond snail ID
  6. Leigh Muckey

    Snail ID

    Ramshorn for sure. They're pretty but I'm not a huge fan. They have some pretty cool colors out there so if you like them, look into that. Mine have white shells and red feet! They do reproduce independently so keeping them in check can be a challenge. They lay their eggs under the water level...
  7. Leigh Muckey

    Mysterious baby mystery snails

    Looks like some kind of pond/ pest snail to me with that pointy cone... where the eggs laid in the water or above the water line? Mystery snails will only lay their eggs above the water line, where as pond snails will lay eggs in the water.
  8. Leigh Muckey

    help is my snail dead?

    In the future,the best surefire way to determine if your snail is dead is to smell it. If he's dead... you'll know
  9. Leigh Muckey

    What kind of snail?

    I'm a huge fan of mystery snails, but as stated before, if they were fertilized prior to you getting them then you could end up with lot of little ones. The Nerites need brackish water to breed so as long as you keep them in a fresh water tanks then you'll have no issues. Though ime mysteries...
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