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    Posted: October 29 2016 at 12:58am
I also see this guy at night when the lights are off. He's mostly in glass, seek a few times in the rock, so I think he feeds on algae. I'm guessing it's some type of snail?






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stomatella snail. they are cool little grazers. i have some and they breed quite often. good addition to the clean up crew. not sure but I have heard peppeemint shrimp will eat them.

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