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Snail poisoning by Hydra?
I was curious if anyone could tell me wether or not it was even possible?
I have a lot of them, and I mean a lot of Hydra and I have noticed that every time my snails are moving along the glass and touch one they do react if it is a mouth part that hits them. The foot seems almost impervious to them but the mouth parts almost always react.
Could they be getting stung enough that it is actually poisoning them?
Re: Snail poisoning by Hydra?
From this site...
I would regard them as harmless. Your snails will be fine. Don't overfeed your tank.
i had my pomeca snails actully eat hydras on purpose eating them not just randon grazing
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