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Cerith Snail

Cerith Snails are active film algae eating and sand sifting snails. They are most active at night time and will feed on detritus, left over food and fish waste. Burrowing in the sand helps to prevent the build of harmful chemicals and increases oxygen levels in the substrate. About the Cerith Snail The Cerith Snail …

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Turbo Snail

The Turbo snail is one of the most popular aquarium snails and is known for eating large amounts of green hair algae. These snails grow much larger than astrea snails and one is recommended per five gallons. If you are suffering from green hair algae, you should consider adding a few turbo snails to your …

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Astrea Snail

Astrea Snail Green Hair Algae The Astrea Snail or Conehead Algae Snail is good at eating a variety of algae including green hair algae. These snails are the most common and popular snails available to saltwater aquarists. They originate off the shores of Florida. They should be a staple in your reef aquarium. These snails …

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Nassarius Snail

Nassarius Snail Species There are a few varieties of nassarius snail available in for the saltwater aquarium hobby. These little snails are excellent scavengers and are some of the most entertaining creatures to watch because they have a small, antenna-like siphon that waves in the water. They spend most of their time looking for food, …

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