Re: NANFA-L-- Was leaches now snail eaters

James Smith (
Thu, 6 Jan 2005 18:04:07 -0500

I tried taking a picture of some of the apple snail eggs in my tank.
Unfortunately, one small clutch is up under the front lip of the tank
where I would have to drain the tank to get with a camera and the
other is in the darkest corner that requires the light being on and in
the picture. Still, you can-in-least get some idea of what they look
like. These are from a brig, the ones native to Florida. Canas have
bigger, brighter clumps.


On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 17:16:14 EST,
<> wrote:
> Canas lay big orange eggs above the water line, which are easy to see and
> remove. They do need tropical temps, though-
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