Algae In Space wrote:I see! Yeah I never quite understood the difference. Where did you get these? That's strange. Why do you think they did not survive? I always thought they thrive in brackish water. And what are the new ones then munching away on the algae? Neritina pulligera?
I am 99,9% positive about the snail eggs. They look typical to me. Interestingly enough I wanted to ask you about your snails and how much eggs they lay.
Thanks for the confirmation. Learn something everyday.
sells them. He sells the pipiwai but calls it pipipi.
Some I have is from personal visits to hawaii islands.
In my tank the true pipipi wanted to hang around above the water line. I think Fukubonsai had the same experience. I assume they need the ocean water, rocks above water and conditions like hawaii.
Pipiwai thrive in my tanks.
Where did you see “ munching away “?
Why wouldn't the Opae Ula share his food? Because he was a little shellfish