1. WOW, I don't think I've ever seen my snails do this! So cool!

  2. Who knew I would fall in love with snails? Not me. I first got them to help clean my betta tank. Now I want to set up my new 20 gallon for mostly snails. 😁 Thank you

  3. I love spixxi snails and would like to have some at some point.

  4. I'm not looking to do that. I posted the video as a section inside the post which is separate from the text section I created but for some reason it's combining the hyperlink text into my blog text post

  5. 10 is the max I'd go, but also watch your snails and they could clue you in if they're acting differently.

  6. Awesome, thanks Parasnailor 🤣 oh man. I've got some good parasnailing vids.

  7. I'd like to know as well. I'm planning to re-scape a tank and repurpose it as a riparium.

  8. Go to section setting and ✔️ stretch section and then the background will be full width.

  9. I did and it remained the same size. It's as if when I create a section on this page it doesn't have the same width as that of my home page 🤷‍♂️

  10. Thank you, I downloaded a new plugin which allowed me to clone my homepage and recreate a page based on that template

  11. I really like this setup. It's elegant but simplistic. There isn't a ton of stuff going on, which I can appreciate. Also, I've never considered using wood instead on stone as hardscape for a riparium style setup. Kudos

  12. I'd say you definitely need a water change of at least 50% especially if you have other livestock in there. If any livestock die in a tank its usually a very good idea to test and then water change based on the results.

  13. I love when my mystery snails do this with bloodworms. It looks like they're slurping up a noodle 😆

  14. Wow, how are you able to get that much pearling? What concentration of co2 are you running?

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