You simply do not. There are no such thing as male and female snails.
All snails are hermaphrodites.
That means all snails have both male and female reproductive organs. They still need to mate with another snail in order to produce and lay eggs.
Some amateur gardener groups will try to say that snails with a brown-striped shell are girls whereas white stripes are boys. This is false - they are actually two completely different species. Therefore "snail breeders" breeding these two are creating a hybrid or mixed-species.
So the answer to your question is that you can not tell if a snail is male or female, because snails do not have male/female genders. They are all hermaphrodites.
Snails are not male, nor female. They are hermaphrodites.
The male has white stripes on his shell and the female has brown stripes on hers.
The male has white stripes on his shell and the female has brown stripes on her shell.
All Snails Have female and male parts all over there bodies, so they are female and male.
A snail is both male and female, so it can mate with the first snail it meets on its travel.
a snail is both male and female so it can mate with the first snail it meets on its travel.
You can't because a snail is both male and female.
Most snails are hermaphrodites (both male and female). Usually during mating the larger snail will be the female and the smaller one will be the male. If both snails are the same size it is quite likely that they will both carry eggs. But a common snail in the aquarium trade is the apple snail. It is either male or female. Refer to the picture in the link for a diagram of a male and female specimen of this species.
they can be twice
There is no such thing as a male and a female snail, so there are no differences.All snails are hermaphrodites. That means they have both male and female reproductive organs. Mating snails will both sperm and lay eggs.
A snail is both female and male. They are hermaphrodites.
Snails are hermaphrodites; they have both male and female organs.
Snails are hermaphrodites, so they are both male and female.
A snail has both reproduction is that they both a reproductive system of a male and a female
Okay this is kinda weird but snails are hermaphrodites... (they are both female and male) =l
See if its has a peanus or a Vigina
They are male and female. They have the same organs.
A snail is one example.
just look carefully at it
I just want to know if the female snail dies after birth
It has both male and female reproductive organs.
a snail has both male and female hormones. any snail can mate with another
Snails are hermaphrodites, which means they have both male and female reproductive organs. They are neither boy or girl
There is no such thing as a female snail. Nor a male snail for that matter.All snails are hermaphrodites. They all have sperm and eggs.The patterns and colours on the shells are determined by species, not gender.
you can't their both girl and boy and they don't need to have another snail to lay the eggs