White Spotted Rabbit Snail
The White Spotted Rabbit snail is a unique species belonging to the Rabbit Snail family and is native to the rivers and creeks surrounding Lake Poso in Sulawesi. In the wild, these snails are omnivorous and primarily feed on algae and biofilm. However, they readily accept a variety of prepared foods when kept in aquariums.
Their natural habitat is characterized by warm, clear, and slightly hard water. For optimal health and well-being, it is recommended to replicate similar water conditions in the aquarium.
One notable characteristic of the White Spotted Rabbit snail, like other members of the Tylomelania genus, is their slow reproductive rate. They produce only a few eggs at a time, which quickly hatch into fully-formed baby snails.
Overall, the White Spotted Rabbit snail is an interesting and attractive species that can be kept in aquariums. With proper care and suitable water parameters, they can thrive and add a unique touch to your aquatic environment.