A Super rare variant of the red ramshorn snails.
Very pretty snail for the avid collector.
Can be kept easily with most species
Why are they called ramshorn snails?
These snails have a planispiral coiled shell, which looks like a ram’s horn.
Problems associated with ramshorn snails?
These snails can breed very quickly due to the dozens of eggs laid – from either sex.
Puffers and loaches tend to eat these snails. So in this case one problem may cancel out another.
Benefits of a ramshorn snail in the tank
Ramshorn snails are excellent tank cleaners, eating algae and eaters of dying plant bits, giving your aquatic plants a trim.