Discussion in 'Fish, Snail, Worm And Pest ID Help' started by zjh828266, Jan 7, 2013.
Does any1 knwo whats the type of snail thsi is?
i can almost garantee that is bladder snail. not harmful to plants or fish.
Pond snail..Be prepared for lots more...
Bladder snail, pond snail, whats the difference..lol..
;D You had to ask didn't you! Well first of all they are from completely different families. Pond snails are Lymnaeidae and Bladder snails are Physidae. True pond snails have a shell opening pointing to the right while bladder snails point to the left. Pond snails have nearly transparent shells and get much larger than bladder snails. Bladder snails have brownish shells with spots on them. Bladder snails have thin, stringy antennae while pond snails have flat, triangle shaped antennae. Here's a picture that will help.
Ohhhh ok...Well as usually you taught me something else I didnt know... ty
:;laughing I'm just a wealth of useless information aren't I? LOL
Very informative Rogue I always thought they were the same doh. Thank you now to figure out which ones I have
Your information may be useless to "others", but to the people on this forum you are priceless :;nw (and it's a heck of a lot easier to ask you than to go through 4,000,000 answers when you google it .
Hahaha thanks oscarsbud!
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