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    by tse/ra.nrl.navy.mil (Anthony Tse) (20 May 92)

Notes and questions on reef inhabitants

by tse/ra.nrl.navy.mil (Anthony Tse)
Date: 20 May 92
Newsgroup: rec.aquaria,sci.aquaria

In article <1992May20.160547.1467-at-stsci.edu== wissler-at-stsci.edu (Steven Wissler) writes:
==        2) There are about 2 dozen snails of different types, quite an
==        array of beautiful shells. Are there poisonous cone shells native
==        to Florida waters? I know some snails are predators and can actually
==        snare and eat fish.  Should I be worrying about any of these guys?

	If these are the tiny elongated snails I had that reproduce like
rabbits via long strings of white eggs, get rid of them before you
buy any clams.

-Anthony


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