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My red & black snail

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    thefishgirl - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sep 2009
    Grosse Pointe Woods, MI
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    Default My red & black snail

    Here is a pic of him. He lives in my 300g. (He's pictured elsewhere on the forums, but thought I'd put a pic of him here too.)

    RedBlackSnail2 - My red & black snail

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    tazzy695 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sep 2009
    flint, mi


    tulip snail from what I have read on them predators of other snails
    I have been reefing from 08-2007 till 5-2011

    reef tanks are like wifes you have to give them some attention every now and then

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Oct 2009
    UofM territory
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    Snail eating snail, huh?? Sound as cool as it looks!!

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