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Type of snail for a planted aquarium?
I am looking at getting a snail for my planted 20 gallon, thought it would be a good helper in the algae department but I don't want it to eat my live plants.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Brigs and nerites are often suggested as far as I notice although you can't go wrong with Malaysian trumpet snails.
Thanks for the help. One more question, I am putting some, 25, cherry shrimp in the tank, will the snails eat the babies?
Thanks so much for your help.
I like spixies, too, as far as snails go.
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