their haveing babys
Yes, that would be KICK-ASS! They would breed and make mystery fighting snails...
Well it depends if you want them in there or not. It's your choice.
A black bear eats an ivory mystery snail.
apple snails are like the same as a mystery snail and mystery snails need calcium drops added to the tank and algae and veggies of live food and a heater set at the tropical zone range
Most suckerfish get too big, but an apple snail (same as a mystery snail) or some ramshore snails are awesome.
the snail the is best for your fish tank is the slowest snail that you can find in the store...the best snail i have had is the cuadrocnam snail so when you go to the store you say "I want is Cuadrocnam snail please!"
I have raised blue mystery snails for a few years and I have never seen one lay eggs when they were the only snail in the tank. I have seen egg clutches that didn't hatch, but I attribute that to an issue of the environment and not the fertility of the eggs.
Besides other goldfish (if you have a big enough tank), you can consider a weather (dojo) loach, a bristlenose pleco, or even an apple or mystery snail
If a mystery snail has not moved for more then 3 days, it is likely to be dead. If you do not see it move, this does not mead it is dead. Some snails ony come out at night. If you do not see a snail move, but it is in a different place everyday, it is fine. If it has not moved at all in 3 or more days, it is likely that it is not alive as it will be starving or starved to death. You can try taking a snail out of the tank and keeping it in a separate bucket with some food. This will also help to not polute the tank. If the bucket starts smelling really bad, then it is definitely dead.
Snails cannot be made to stop reproducing. If you want the snail to stop reproducing in your tank, then remove it from the tank.
Yes or the snail will take in to muck backteria and die :)
Baby snails are almost transparent as are snail eggs. They can be brought in on plants or even in the water that you have brought fish home in.
all i know is that i have a snail and there are little swirly things on the sides of the tank.
You can't because a snail is both male and female.
No, mystery snails (Pomacea bridgesii) are not asexual. This species of snail has male and females that cannot reproduce offspring without a mate.
Well I'm not sure about land snails but my Underwater Snail(Mystery Snail) is a Crustacean like Crabs.
no the snail will most likely sufficate and die:(
Remove the snail eggs from the tank. Duhhh.(: