05-05-2012, 11:00 AM
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I have a clue: They give birth to live babies as there are now three babies stuck on the side of the tank....
I added in some tap water and then a few hours later did a 100% change. I guess they are ok since someone had babies
Apple snails can be confused with snails from the Viviparidae family. The snails from this family look very similar in shape and colour, but they do lack a lung, a siphon (obvious) and labial tentacles (the small tentacles near the mouth). In contrast with the egg-laying Ampullariidae snails, the Viviparidae snails are live bearing (hence the name Viviparidae, which can be translated as live bearing).
Could it be a viviparidae snail? are there any other live bearers?
Last edited by Tikibirds; 05-05-2012 at 11:07 AM..