jamesde jamesde
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Unidentified snail #1
Can’t see this little guy listed in the snail article.
He’s growing rapidly and moves just as quick.

He has a slight cone shape at the back like a trumpet.

I have 4 trumpets and 2 zebra’s plus this one. And it doesn’t resemble either. More like a hybrid of the two.

Any ideas?

https://youtu.be/8W5OitAln-Y
jamesde jamesde
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Re: Unidentified snail #2
Here’s a photo of the one in the video above.

I’ve just spotted a smaller, baby one of these this morning.

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Re: Unidentified snail #3
It's a physa species (bladder snail).Probably arrived with plants.