Poso orange rabbit snail ( 5 pcs)
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The Orange Rabbit Snail is indeed a specific variation of the Rabbit Snail (Tylomelania spp.). These snails are known for their vibrant orange coloration, which sets them apart from other color morphs of Rabbit Snails.
Rabbit Snails are native to Sulawesi, an island in Indonesia. They are peaceful in nature and are primarily herbivorous, feeding on algae, biofilm, and decaying plant matter. In the aquarium, they can help maintain the cleanliness of the tank by consuming these materials.
The care requirements for Orange Rabbit Snails are similar to other Tylomelania species. Here are some general guidelines:
Aquarium Setup: Provide a well-established aquarium with stable water parameters. Rabbit Snails prefer slightly alkaline water with a pH range of 7.5 to 8.5 and a water temperature around 76-82°F (24-28°C). They appreciate a substrate with plenty of hiding spots and vegetation.
Feeding: Offer a balanced diet that includes algae-based sinking pellets, blanched vegetables (such as zucchini or spinach), and occasional calcium-rich foods like cuttlebone or crushed coral. They will also graze on algae and biofilm naturally occurring in the tank.
Compatibility: Rabbit Snails are generally peaceful and can be kept with other peaceful community fish and invertebrates. Avoid keeping them with aggressive or fin-nipping species.
Breeding: Rabbit Snails are known to reproduce in freshwater aquariums, but breeding them can be challenging. They are livebearers, meaning they give birth to live young instead of laying eggs. Provide ample hiding places and a stable environment if you wish to attempt breeding them.
Remember that maintaining good water quality and providing a suitable environment are essential for the health and well-being of any aquarium species, including Orange Rabbit Snails.
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