Nerite Snails

Discussion in 'Snails' started by River fish, Apr 14, 2017.

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    River fish Valued Member Member

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  2. James17

    James17 Well Known Member Member

    Zebra Nerite Snail, Tiger Nerite Snail, Olive Nerite Snail, Black Racer Nerite Snail And Horned Nerite Snail.

    I'm sure they are fine, as you can see there are many different types with different colors.
     
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  4. James17

    James17 Well Known Member Member

    I would say so, I've never seen a color change myself though.
     
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    River fish Valued Member Member

    Thank you so very much :)
     
  6. RyleighJ

    RyleighJ Valued Member Member

    Different water parameters can cause a snail's shell to grow out different colors. This good be good (i.e. if they moved from poor quality water to good quality water), it could be bad (i.e. they moved from good quality water to bad quality water), or it could be neutral and just indicate that there was a change that was neither good nor bad.

    As long as your snail's shell looks otherwise healthy (no thinning, no holes) and your snail is active and eating, I wouldn't worry.
     




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