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  1. Chiefmaster30

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    What are these little white things all over the front glass of my wife’s tank? [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Hard to tell from the pics, possibly collonista snails. Can you get some clearer pics if possible.
     
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    I tried with my iPhone and my wife’s. I’ll try again.
     
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    Definitely looks like a type of snail I had. There were a couple of them in my tank right after I added the mexican turbo snails.

    Not sure what happened to them or if they see even still alive in the tank. I have not seen them in a couple months now

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    Yes that’s what I have!
     
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    In this case they are harmless from my understanding.

    I believe they are the collonista snails as stated before.

    Can do a Google search on them to find out all about them.
     
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