I can't see any of the white stuff, just bubbles. It's possible the white stuff is poop though.I've had this mystery snail for a few months now and today I noticed that he's been spitting out white stuff and I have no idea what it is.
I feed him algae wafers and sinking pellets, I'll get some zucchini at the store tomorrowI don't notice anything either............
He does look to be in need to added calcium though. His shell doesn't look very good. What are your water parameters, specifically the hardness/ph?
Snails need hard water with a higher ph ( over 7.0 ) for shell strength. You could also feed him calcium rich foods such as raw zucchini, carrots, broccoli, etc to help maintain his shell.
I dont know, but figured I would ask for my and OPs benefit... Would nori sheets (like for sushi) be a good substitute for kelp? I would assume they make them without added salt or preservatives if you look hard enough - just wondering if that would even be a good substitute.Spinach is the wholy grail of calcium, has like 10 times more calcium than zuchini my fish eat it with no problems, I guess the snail would too. Or kelp, kelp is even better but I dont know if he would eat it or not, it may also be hard to find, I know that I could not find it where I live.