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    Snails for piranha tank?

    Discussion in 'Piranha' started by MN_Rebel, Oct 11, 2018.

    1. MN_Rebel

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      Which snails makes a good algae eater in the aquarium with the piranhas?
       
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      I use rabbit snails. They do a great job and shells are strong.
       
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      I use Military Helmet Snails (Neritina pulligera), they are the best in my opinion :)
       
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      I tried kept a rabbit snail with the piranhas but they ate the poor snail. So I'm looking at different snail species.
       
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      That sucks. My Caribe leaves them alone.
       
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      I have not seen these snails for sale up here. I will have to check them out though.
       

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