I currently have an Albino Archachatina Rhodostoma Benin (Gals) I have only had him for a week now. I want to get a Archchatina Marginata Rhodei (Gals) and I want to know if I could keep them in the same Terrarium and not have any issues.
As I have said in other posts, I do not own GALs, and I do not know much about their cohabitation. But, as long as their care requirements align and they are safe to cohabit, then I would say it is ok. But, a person to ask if it is really OK to keep them together is SuspiciousBagel
Post by SuspiciousBagel on Feb 5, 2022 22:49:55 GMT
Hi there, terribly sorry for my late reply as I got locked out of my account. I would also say they are indeed better apart, but I suppose it could be possible to put them together if you watched closely for signs they may not be coping well with eachother's presence, and you absolutely cannot keep any eggs or babies from either of them as you run the risk of ending up with hybrids (though they are very very rare) which are always runts with GALS. Overall though, again, it is better to keep GALS together only of the same species. Also ensure any new snail is isolated for 2-3 weeks to watch for parasites and mites, general illness, etc before putting them together.