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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-01-2012, 04:53 PM
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They were probably so small u couldnt see them :) MTS are livebearer snails o_O
I saw 3 snails the size of a betta's mouth.

And one ramshorn not quite the size of a dime.

Then there were egg sacs.

So I have hundreds of pond snails?!? Not MTS!?!

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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-01-2012, 07:46 PM
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XD MTS looks like a trumpet. Their shells are not as smooth as that of the pond snail or the ramshorn. Pond snails usually have a really really shiny shell
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XD MTS looks like a trumpet. Their shells are not as smooth as that of the pond snail or the ramshorn. Pond snails usually have a really really shiny shell

Wow I am such a newbie.

*lets embarrassment wash through like a tide*

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I'm sure we all do stupid things. I'm terrible at betta anatomy. like... isnt the anal fin supposed to be the tail? >.> I'm such an idiot at times lol.
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I'm sure we all do stupid things. I'm terrible at betta anatomy. like... isnt the anal fin supposed to be the tail? >.> I'm such an idiot at times lol.
Whew! It's not just me!

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The anal fin is the bottom fin. The tail is the caudal fin.
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The anal fin is the bottom fin. The tail is the caudal fin.
haha yup! it took a while to get used to :3
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