Discussion in 'ID Needed' started by Oppies, 9 Nov 2010.
Hi guys can anyone tell me what this is? only seen one.
Log in or Sign up to hide all adverts.
Stomella snail I think. If it is they breed like mad, I had millions at one stage.
Hmm... looks like a Chiton to me.
Ditto found one in my tank in the begining of this year...
its called a chiton yes... the eat algae and are safe in a reeftank
heres a pic of ours just to confirm it... although I havent seen ours in a loooong time...
Chiton, got 7 scales on its back. A pre-historic type of snail.
Very good holdfast to rocks. Needs a paint scraper to get it off.
Algae eaters. Comes out more at night. Very hard to spot them.
I got 6, local from south of Scotsburg. And one of them are in my slimline overflow, creating noise like mad. Driving me crazeeee.....
Jusus buddy again I have to ask what have you not put into your fish tanks you are the local invert king of Gteng
a shark, more specific a great white...
Local lifestock I got.
Blue'ed eyed hermits
Yellow Tip Hermits
Narita snails, black, brown, striped, white, white spotted and other combo's
Brachiopods - another prehistoric type of bi-valve
one white mussel
one cone snail (predator)
Zoa's - purple and other green
Button Polyps, 3 colours
Short spine urchins 1 Reddish and 3 purple
Long spined urchins - gave them to Schalk
Rock anomones various blue, grey, red velvet, red/orange, lime green, dark green, and a red striped green.
and the best ones
Yellow ring Cowries - max length 28mm nice creatures.
I had so many vegatarian snails in my tank, that I do not even have to clean my tank glass anymore. Gave loads away. Better to give them away than to let them die of hunger.
Separate names with a comma.