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PostSubject: Food for Ramshorns   Tue Jan 20, 2009 12:48 pm

Hi All,
A while ago I had to remove my Ramshorns from the fish aquarium to a separate tank while the room was decorated. During that period they bred like mad! So I now have a separate tank with many snails in it. Although I know about blanched Letuce and Cucumber as suitable foods, they are often not available so, when recommended food is not available, I have resorted to bits of well cooked Cauliflower, Cabage, Broccoli, and the like. They seem to be ok on this diet, but are there any foods that I should avoid?
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PostSubject: Re: Food for Ramshorns   Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:10 pm

Which species are you keeping?

They are generally omnivorus and what you feed to other snails will do these fine. You could also feed them with sinking catfish or algae pellets, making sure to remove any if they are uneaten.
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