Ugh… This post was intended to be about my recent parsnip experiment, but due to technical difficulties I decided that I might as well post my bok choy experiment that I intended to post back in early September, but didn’t get around to it due to slothful behaviour.
So from what it looks like the babies get tested in this experiment too, instead of just the adults in the main containers.
Overview of the snails in the blue lid container.
Where’s this one going?
Neohelixs crunching down!
Did I take these photos before I put the bok choy? Kind of looks so.
Three brown-lipped snails on their roof.
Overview of the snails in the white lid container.
The baby neohelix albolabris container. It seems like my idea to test the babies occurred suddenly based on the fact that they have carrots in here.
Messy containers alert!
Photos within the blue lid container
Photos within the white lid container
These young neohelixs weren’t messing around! Darn! O__O No wonder these things grow so fast!
Comparing bok choy destruction within the two containers.
As you can tell this experiment was successful! So what this means is that I (and you too, if you happen to own these particular species) can give them bok choy a little more often without worrying about it going to waste.
Bok choy experiment ratings Flamed tigersnails: Good Neohelix albolabris: Excellent Brown lipped snails: Great