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    Corvette Reefer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Dexter, Michigan

    Default zoa eating snails

    okay so i gave a rock to sure sirpatrick and apperitally it had a zoa eating snail on it, he sent me pics but i cant tell how to tell the difference between them and the normal lil good snails.. can someone tell me the difference asap! i gotta get these things out if i have more
    The names Vette, Corvette. . .

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    U.P. of Michigan.
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    Hiya Corvette~I've found this sight very helpful when it came to identifying a nasty crab I acquired via a new frag of zoa's. So glad I found it and I'm sure you'll know the sight. Show's many predators. The Sundial Snail is there

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