4 years ago #1
kitten23
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How often do mystery snails lay eggs?
I am just wondering I killed my this morning accidently

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4 years ago #2
dkpate
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Mine laid eggs about once a week or so, and she still lays them after a year, even though they aren't fertilized. She does go about 2-3 months in between her egg laying episodes.

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4 years ago #3
kitten23
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OH well great then! I really thought all snails would lay eggs inside of the water, so yesterday morning i couldnt find her i pulled open the lid and there she was laying eggs in the hood i should have known better to know that she knew what she was doing but instead I put her and the babies back in the tank.I thought she was going to die. Oh yea and believe me i know now that i accidently murdered them! it really was sad.From now on i will let her do her own thing, she and the other one was mating again last night so hopefully will have new babies soon. Thanx for all your help!

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3 years ago #4
agent
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Mystery snails will lay atleast 4 clutches of eggs.It will be a least 3-4 weeks before the eggs hatch.Even though there might be 400 egs only about 30-70 will hatch if you have the setup right.Be sure not to put a puffer,and loches in the tank if you do the snails will gat eaten.

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2 years ago #5
Westie2007
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Get cuttle bone, like the stuff for birds, and burry it in your gravel. ( I would suggest washing the gravel first.)

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1 year ago #6
PickleRocks
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How many times a year does your mystery snail lay eggs?

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1 year ago #7
Lithia
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This is an old thread. You might get better responses if you start your own thread.

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2 weeks ago #8
223dfg
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nice way of explaning

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2 weeks ago #9
CarLey
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The thread is 4 years old. The last response was a year ago and was accurate as to not to reply to old threads unless you're adding something positive to it. It is always advised to make a new question instead of bringing up old threads which push more recent questions down.

CarLey
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4 days ago #10
mystery + betta
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thats more than i thought

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4 days ago #11
mystery + betta
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what if you dont want the eggs

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4 days ago #12
CarLey
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Locked because poster not taking advice to start their own question.

Please find a yellow/orange tab that says Ask a Question and start a new thread.

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