Pond snails

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Kanzy
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Pond snails

Post by Kanzy » Sat Aug 20, 2016 3:36 pm

Hey guys I'm new to this forum and I'm currently cycling my new tank for a DP. I'm thinking of breeding pond snails for a source of food but with 0 knowledge on pond snails, I have a couple questions.
1. Do they need fully cycled water?
2. Can I breed them in lunch box sized containers?
3. Do they need an airpump?
4. What do I feed them?
5. What plants do I need to provide them with?

Sorry if it's posted in the wrong category :?

Thanks!!

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Re: Pond snails

Post by Pufferpunk » Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:39 pm

You are getting sleepy... you only hear the sound of my voice... you must do water changes... water changes... water changes... water changes...

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Re: Pond snails

Post by hadla » Sun Aug 21, 2016 9:55 pm

You really don't need snails, mine eat live black worms but they also eat thawed bloodworms
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