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Old 10/27/2020, 11:22 AM   #172
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Originally Posted by Michael Hoaster View Post
Now I wish I'd thrown a few of the tiny mini strombus snails in with the shoal grass I sent. You didn't see any in there, did you? Even if you didn't, there's a chance that some eggs attached to grasses could hatch. As I said before, they are the only snails I've found that can climb and clean skinny seagrass blades, as well as delicate macro algae.
I did not see any snails but like you said, there may be eggs that hitch hiked on the seagrass. I know one of my LFS will have strombus snails so I do access to some mature snails too.


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