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Old 05-24-2012, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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These are the best photos I could get. He has one whorl coming out of the side that has a bluish-white dot at the very center of that whorl(new whorl forming?) He's a dark brown color and about 1/2" in size. I have had him for a month and he has not grown nor have I seen eggs/babies. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!







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Olive nerite.
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Yup looks like an olive nerite snail
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Thank you both so much!!! This forum is so awesome. I hope one day I can contribute as much as everyone has helped me!
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