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Old 03-19-2014, 11:53 AM   #11
 
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No problem. Just a suggestion, never mind. Not being able to get them, I really couldn't have told you what they cost. I think I pay $5 for a Mystery Snail here.
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Old 03-19-2014, 01:18 PM   #12
 
Whoa that's a pretty high price. Where are you located? My fish shop always seems to have a pretty healthy supply of snails for a low price. If any of my eggs hatch I'll gladly send you some of them.
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Old 03-19-2014, 01:48 PM   #13
 
A snail piggy backed and got in the bag when I bought some fish a couple weeks ago. I didn't know what type of snail it was so I put it into a bowl to see if it would reproduce or not (I didn't want tons of snails in the tank). Nothing showed up in the bowl so I transferred it into the plastic breeder floating in my main tank which currently houses a baby guppy/molly. The next day, I saw 3 batches of eggs attached to the floor and walls of the plastic breeder. Dumped out the baby fishy into a cup and washed out the breeder with hot water for a couple minutes and scrubbed. The unknown snail got tossed in the trash.
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Old 03-19-2014, 01:52 PM   #14
 
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Whoa that's a pretty high price. Where are you located? My fish shop always seems to have a pretty healthy supply of snails for a low price. If any of my eggs hatch I'll gladly send you some of them.
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Thanks, but I'm up in Canada north of Toronto so shipping critters or plants cross border is illegal. Everything is more expensive in Canada. Sucks sometimes. And I'm in a small town and it's a half hour drive everywhere to all the bigger fish stores. I have to pay premium rates at the "in town" one... or the gas to go to the bigger stores. I try to time a fish run with some other errands if I'm heading into the city.
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Thanks, but I'm up in Canada north of Toronto so shipping critters or plants cross border is illegal. Everything is more expensive in Canada. Sucks sometimes. And I'm in a small town and it's a half hour drive everywhere to all the bigger fish stores. I have to pay premium rates at the "in town" one... or the gas to go to the bigger stores. I try to time a fish run with some other errands if I'm heading into the city.
I'm in Canada too... A Betta at Petsmart is half the price down south
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