Or will be soon, that is. I heard her hissing weakly in the spare tank, she was flipped on her back in the bottom of a plant pot.. again with no feet. I really don't know what's destroying their feet, but this is the second time and there's nobody else in the tank other than springtails/woodlice and flies. I put her in an airtight container in a cold room, she's going to die by the end of the day regardless of what we do and she's completely disabled, so I thought it'd be kindest to just put her to sleep. There's nothing else we can do for her and forcing her to stay alive struggling and wiggling in a ball would just be cruel. I wish I knew what caused it, I thought it was a one-off incident, not something that would happen again.
I don't have any pictures right now, but I can get them both out and take a photo of their condition. I'm preserving them as soon as possible to display their strange fates and possibly learn more about what happened.
I'll keep that in mind re the woodlice, I had some in the snails tanks but ended up with a population explosion of them so released them when I cleaned out all the tanks. I haven't put any back in so I think I'll leave them out in future just in case they turn on the slimmers.
x1 Tiger snails x2 Albino Achatina Albopicta x3 Achatina Albopicta x2 Achatina (Lissachatina) iredalei x6 Albino Achatina Reticulata x4 Achatina Immaculata Immaculatta x6 Limicolaria Numidica x6 Limicolaria Flammea x12 Macrochlamys Superlita x8 Rodatzis / Jadatzi x5 Archachatina Marginatas ( The Bulldozers + a herd of young ones) x11 Helix Lucorum x30 Arianta Arbustorum (and ? many hatchlings n young) x125 Cepaea hortensis and Cepaea nemoralis