10-18-2007, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Mirta
Thank you all for the information! I am inclined to think, though, it was not the ph or gh, but still the temp that killed them! I have installed a good heater and a new filter, and put a new snail group in there. Today they all were very active crawling happily around except one who remained shut in his shell. But he had been like this in his mother tank before.
It could have been just the sudden change in temp conditions.
I have plenty of these little guys - they keep producing babies in all my tanks, but I still feel sorry for everyone I lose. Thank you for the support!
What was your Ph? And your Gh if you have it?
May I ask why you don't think this could have caused the death?