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Answered 2008-12-28 23:39:19

i do not know my apple snail layed eggs i do not know what to do

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I assume you mean the Golden Apple snail. Use that link, it is a picture of an apple snail. I keep them as pets, so you might not know, but they have different sexes unlike most snails.


Look at the link below these are Golden Apple Snail eggs.


Apple snail eggs are small, round and laid in clusters. They range from semi-transparent to orange. See: http://www.applesnail.net/content/photos/photo_eggs_1.htm -J


Because it is supposed to look a bit like a snail.


1st answer added as a related link. I used to keep apple snails in my aquarium, they are about as big as a large garden snail, only their shell is bright yellow.


They look like deer scats


it looks like a pumpkin, only smaller. almost like a little apple :) sdz


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They look like little round capsules.


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It Looks like a snail with no shell


it should look like it's shell


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