Is a Mystery Snail right for me?
So I've got my tank all set up now, just waiting for the water to get up to temp before I add fish. I'd like a critter to crawl areound and clean up the bottom of my 20 gallon tank. Would a "gold" mystery snail be a good thing? Do they require any special care?
I will be adding danios and neon tetras if that helps.
I have heard that a mystery snails are good cleaners. The only down fall is that they poop alot. Another fish to think about is a rubberlip pleco. They only get 2inches and love to eat. They are very lazy fish so you don't have to worry about them bothering your other fish.
Mystery snails are great! I own one, and they are so cute and entertaining! But, don't expect it to keep the tank really really really spotless, they DO eat algae, but they also poop a LOT! Overall, they are great!
go with some shrimp. they dont poop a lot and eat some varieties of algae.
I've got two now, a gold one and a smaller black one. They're really cool critters!
I love apple snails! I have two! Very active snails...my one even jumps! Theyre the highlights of my aquariums when my friends come over
Mine jumps too! He climbs to the tops of the plants and jumps off! Base jumping snails. :D
Feeding snails a varied diet; zucchini...
I was told zucchini & other veggies are good for snails. Makes sense. Where do I put the veggie to feed the snail? Food goes bad & I don't want to be fishing slimy food out every day or two.
These are Mystery Snails (2). I have a 10 gallon tank w/ Mollies. Nothing special.
There is a whole lot of surface space. Big rocks. Large aggregate. Deco stuff. etc.
I put a bit on a skewer & held it near one & dinner was served.
Is that what I need to do? Peel & skewer some & lodge it in somehow?
Is there a snail food bowl on the market I don't know about?
I feel so stupid having to ask but I love my aquatic habitat & my snails look anemic.
No muss no fuss w/ the food.
Nikki Finn's Human
I mainly feed the zucchini for the benifit of my platties, but the snail loves them too. Lust cut a slice, boil it until it sinks, and plop it into your tank. The snails will finish it, and I think your mollies will like it too.
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