06-15-2012, 02:50 PM
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Its difficult to ID without a picture but if the shell tapers to a point, there's a good chance its either a pond snail or a Malaysian trumpet snail - they are the most common with pointed shells. you won't really be able to tell until its a little bigger. Either way it's nothing to worry about, snails are a natural part of the ecosystem and will happily graze on any algae in the tank (pond snail) or burrow in your substrate so youll hardily see them and just eat the stuff that builds up there.
Hope this helps!
Oh if you get chance, upload a photo, as i said identification is much easier rather than just taking a stab in the dark!
Last edited by NeonRainbow123; 06-15-2012 at 02:51 PM..