I had four Ruminia decolllata, now I've got three, and a nearly empty shell! When I fed them this evening, I found one with it's head and part of it's body in the shell of another I know they are carnivorous, but wouldn't have thought with each other. I left them to it, as it was too late for the victim Has anyone else that keeps these had a similar experience?
They were all fine this morning. It could be that one had died during the day
possibly, I was emailed by someone not so long ago about his panthera "eating" his limmicolaria, the most probable explanation then was that the limmicolaria had died, possibly stressed by the panthera's movements, and that the panthera had taken advantage of the calcium source, not aware that its another snail...But with decollata being carnivorous its not so obvious