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  1. Default Do Rainbows Eat Snails


    0 Not allowed!
    I've had a little problem with snails in my tank. About 2 months ago I got two assassin snails, which hardly made a dent in the few snails that are there. I added four Boseman Rainbows about two weeks ago and now all the pest snails are gone. Could the new Rainbows have eaten them?

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    0 Not allowed!
    I seriously doubt it. I have never witnessed any of the rainbow species I've kept eat snails.
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    0 Not allowed!
    I guess I'll just have to chalk it up to coincidence that the Assassins got their arses in gear at the same time as the rainbows arrived.

  4. #4

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    0 Not allowed!
    My assassins wiped out my pond snails in a really short time. They haven't done so well on the trumpet snails and can't seem to eat those until they are bigger. But......I do have far, far less than I did. The big snails are the breeders and with them eaten, it has slowed down the numbers big time.

    I now have about 50 assassins and afraid they are going to get hungry tho.

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