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I will add here some of the questions I receive, and the answers:

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I have two Tylomenia snails, and I now have a few babies in the tank. How do I know which one is the female? It is possible that you have a pair. I have not heard of a way to determine the gender in these snails, but I do know they are livebearing snails and will continue to give birth to young even if no male is present for a while. I would raise the young ones to get a decent group of snails so you are sure to have males and females.
How long do you soak the artemia eggs in freshwater before adding salt to the bottle? About a minute, or two.
   
   
   
   

 

 

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