Tropical Fish Keeping - Aquarium fish care and resources - Conversation Between Little-Fizz and Lupin
Conversation Between Little-Fizz and Lupin
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  1. Lupin
    11-30-2008 06:44 PM - permalink
    Of all the snails I mentioned, only the brigs, nerites and assassins are plant friendly. The rest are voracious plant eaters. Read Donya Quick's article on Pomacea insularum found around the site. Insularums are the largest snails on record minus the Pomacea maculata whose existence has yet to be proven. Insularums leave bite marks so if I have these,I'm not touching them. They tend to be a little violent.
  2. Little-Fizz
    11-30-2008 09:57 AM - permalink
    I would love to chat, lol if we were ever online at the same time :P I just started a new job and I pretty much have no life. But I don't mind because no life = lots of nice fish tank stuff ;) Wow I've never even heard of those snails, and I didn't have much luck googling them. Are they plant friendly?
  3. Lupin
    11-28-2008 07:01 AM - permalink
    Hi Little Fizz. Let me know if you want to chat in the chatroom via this Visitor's Message which is quick. I just bought some horned nerite snails.
  4. Lupin
    11-27-2008 12:53 AM - permalink
    Hi Little Fizz! LOL...I am always around, just not here much.:P I'm fine. I'm raising dozens of Pomacea canaliculata and about to have Pomacea bridgesii. Still looking for other species such as Pomacea insularum, Pomacea cuprina, Pomacea haustrum, nerites and assassin snails. They're fun to have.
  5. Little-Fizz
    11-26-2008 10:39 PM - permalink
    Hey Lupin!!! Where have you been? It seems like forever! Haha my day was super long and boring, how was yours? Welcome back!
  6. Lupin
    11-25-2008 06:53 AM - permalink
    Hi Little Fizz! How's your day?
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