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Trumpet snails

Discussion in 'Freshwater Invertebrates' started by Dylan7, May 14, 2018.

  1. Dylan7

    Dylan7 Registered Member

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    Anybody want any? I have way too many in my 40 gallon
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    OrionGirl No freelancing!

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    Cut back on feeding and manually remove them. Unless you know someone with a large puffer, very few people are looking for MTS to add to their tanks--they're just to readily available as a hitchhiker, and most fish that eat snails have a tough time with MTS.

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