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White Spotted Rabbit Snail (Tylomelania patriatrchalis)

$799 CAD

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White Spotted Rabbit Snail (Tylomelania patriatrchalis)

Description

White Spotted Rabbit Snail also known as the Tylomelania White Spotted Snail, is a captivating freshwater snail native to Sulawesi, Indonesia. These snails are highly sought-after in the aquarium hobby due to their distinct white spots and fascinating behavior. 

  1. Appearance and Diversity:

    • White Spotted Rabbit Snails exhibit a captivating array of species within the Tylomelania genus.
    • Originating from the lakes and rivers of Sulawesi, they come in various shell patterns, sizes, and colors.
    • While the characteristic white spots remain a unifying feature, variations in base shell color, spot size, and overall shell shape create a stunning spectrum of appearances within the species.
  2. Diet and Feeding:

    • White Spotted Rabbit Snails are primarily herbivores with a healthy appetite for algae.
    • In a well-established aquarium, they will graze on algae growing on surfaces, plants, and decorations.
    • To ensure they receive adequate nutrition, supplementation is essential. Consider providing:
      • Algae wafers: These offer a concentrated source of algae and essential nutrients.
      • Blanched vegetables: Zucchini, spinach, kale, and cucumber are excellent options. Blanching softens the vegetables, making them easier for snails to consume. 
  3. Habitat and Behavior:

    • These snails thrive in warm and alkaline waters abundant with sand substrates and decaying vegetation.
    • Their behavior includes grazing, exploring surfaces, and occasionally burying themselves in the substrate.
    • They are peaceful and can coexist with other calm tank mates.

In summary, the White Spotted Rabbit Snail’s unique appearance and intriguing behavior make it a delightful addition to any aquarium. 


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White Spotted Rabbit Snail (Tylomelania patriatrchalis)

$799 CAD

White Spotted Rabbit Snail also known as the Tylomelania White Spotted Snail, is a captivating freshwater snail native to Sulawesi, Indonesia. These snails are highly sought-after in the aquarium hobby due to their distinct white spots and fascinating behavior. 

  1. Appearance and Diversity:

    • White Spotted Rabbit Snails exhibit a captivating array of species within the Tylomelania genus.
    • Originating from the lakes and rivers of Sulawesi, they come in various shell patterns, sizes, and colors.
    • While the characteristic white spots remain a unifying feature, variations in base shell color, spot size, and overall shell shape create a stunning spectrum of appearances within the species.
  2. Diet and Feeding:

    • White Spotted Rabbit Snails are primarily herbivores with a healthy appetite for algae.
    • In a well-established aquarium, they will graze on algae growing on surfaces, plants, and decorations.
    • To ensure they receive adequate nutrition, supplementation is essential. Consider providing:
      • Algae wafers: These offer a concentrated source of algae and essential nutrients.
      • Blanched vegetables: Zucchini, spinach, kale, and cucumber are excellent options. Blanching softens the vegetables, making them easier for snails to consume. 
  3. Habitat and Behavior:

    • These snails thrive in warm and alkaline waters abundant with sand substrates and decaying vegetation.
    • Their behavior includes grazing, exploring surfaces, and occasionally burying themselves in the substrate.
    • They are peaceful and can coexist with other calm tank mates.

In summary, the White Spotted Rabbit Snail’s unique appearance and intriguing behavior make it a delightful addition to any aquarium. 


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