Post by ramshornquestion on Mar 15, 2007 23:27:33 GMT
I have a bunch of ramshorn snails in my various aquariums which are a variety of different colors. Most of mine are a dark or light brown color, but in one of the aquariums there are red and blue snails. Recently one of the reddish ones died, but there are still two blue ones left. I did some research on the internet and it appears that the blue form of this snail is somewhat rare. Is this true, and would it be worth it to breed these blue snails and preserve the blue line?
Nope, load of rubbish about them being "rare" theyre a smaller species, which have a sub transparent shell hence the "blue" look. I picked up a load for free from a pets at home near me because they came in on some plants, Have new will call it rare, have just about anything which might not have been considered as useful or desireable before will call it rare, infact on ebay have anything can call it rare
They breed of thier own accord, provide with plants and good airated/clean water and watch them multiply