01-05-2008, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by tiffianylynn
Ok like I said we have lowered the water, and if they lay eggs they will stay moist, but not wet. Hopefully they will lay eggs, and some of them will survive as I like the little things, and we are going to set up a new tank this evening and possibly 2 tanks. Depends on how much I get accomplished today.
I read on one site, where I'm suppose to remove the babies from the tank once they hatch. Is this so? I could see where the others would eat the small snails.
You should remove it.
You need to keep it somewhere humid and damp, say in a plastic baggie that gets fresh air every few hours/day or so. When the snails start to hatch, that is when you put them in a little tank water so they can get out of the clutch easier and not dry out.