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Nassarius Obsoletus
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$.75/ea.

These snails are larger than their cousins the vibex. You will not need as many of these snails because they eat more and are much more active than the vibex. They do bury themselves in the substrate, just not as much. THEY EAT A LOT! They also come from more temperate waters(North and South Carolina). They will do well in reef aquariums, but will have a huge appetite. If they do not get enough to eat it may slightly shorten their life span.

Virgin Nerite Snails

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$1.50/ea.
These snails are great little algae eaters. These snails are true marine snails. These snails are personally collected in the Florida Keys. These snails have been known to reproduce in captivity.

Bubble Snails
$1.25/ea.
These cool snails are actually sea slugs. Their bodies are too big to fit into their shells. These snails are collected mostly in the spring and summer months. They are primarily nocturnal and will eat detritus and diatoms from the sand bed.

Dwarf Cerith Snails

$.75/ea.
These snails are collected in the central Florida inter coastal waterways. They stay very small maxing out at 3/4" long. Their coloration is often gray or brown sometimes speckled. These snails feed on organic matter in the substrate and also on algae along the glass, rocks, or plants.
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Olive Nerite Snails

$1.49/ea.
These snails are collected from the Caloosahatchee river in south Florida. The river is considered a freshwater river, but is high in dissolved minerals. These snails are excellent algae eaters and will live at home in any brackish water environment.