Nerites are a good choice. They are well protected by their shell, meaning only a very small part of the snail is exposed. Too along the same lines, their antennae are significantly smaller than that of a mystery snail, which means they aren't as big of a target. Add to that their smaller size (for smaller tanks), no breeding and algae eating - I don't think there's a better snail option.
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