My Little "Freak Of Nature" Snail Friend!

JustAFishServant

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A Snail with four antennae!? What a weirdo! But in reality, he's just a fun little Bladder Snail doing his thing!
 

SotaAquatics

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Haven't seen that before! 3 on one side! I should take some pictures of my white bladder snails, not sure if that's common or not.
 

richiep

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Two for forward & two for reverse
 
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JustAFishServant

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richiep said:
Two for forward & two for reverse
Well then, he must be horrible with one of the two! If one side has three and the other has one, which is he better at?
 

richiep

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Perhaps he's a learner in reverse so he's only allowed 1 and two for forward
 

Batmantheanglefish

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This is interesting! Just makes him special.
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Special Aquatic Critter Olympics could become a thing!
 

veggieshark

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You should try to breed it into a pure strain. I am sure there will be fans of it somewhere.
 
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JustAFishServant

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veggieshark said:
You should try to breed it into a pure strain. I am sure there will be fans of it somewhere.
Maybe! You think I should try and breed him with another Bladder Snail? Goodness knows I have plenty! XD
 

veggieshark

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They breed both sexually and asexually as far as I know, but chances are higher for sexual breeding if there are mates. I suppose the rest is observing and selecting the ones that have desirable traits and keeping them together.

I started doing that for color in ramshorns, but it got boring for me.
 
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JustAFishServant

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veggieshark said:
They breed both sexually and asexually as far as I know, but chances are higher for sexual breeding if there are mates. I suppose the rest is observing and selecting the ones that have desirable traits and keeping them together.

I started doing that for color in ramshorns, but it got boring for me.
Actually, you're right! I've never had him breed before, but I've had them go crazy in a Goldfish tank! I guess they'd rather have babies in a tank full of predators than all alone XD
 
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