We process orders Monday through Wednesday. In addition orders are shipped via FedEx though various services; FedEx Overnight, Fedex 2 Day Shipping, and Fedex Home Delivery or Ground for commercial addresses.
What Are Blue Leg Hermit Crabs?
Enhance the biodiversity and ecological balance of your reef tank with the addition of Bumble Bee Snails. These unique and vibrant snails are known for their striking yellow and black striped shells, which resemble the pattern of a bumble bee. They are not only a beautiful addition to your tank, but also serve an important role in maintaining a clean and healthy environment. Bumble Bee Snails are known to be great scavengers, feeding on detritus and algae that can accumulate in a tank, which in turn helps to control the growth of algae and maintain water quality.
Their scavenging behavior helps to keep the substrate clean by sifting through it and consuming any uneaten food, this behavior helps to prevent the buildup of harmful bacteria and other undesirable organisms. They are peaceful creatures and will not harm any other inhabitants in your tank. They are suitable for reef tanks of all sizes, and are compatible with a wide range of water conditions and can adapt well to varying temperatures. They are nocturnal animals, so they are most active during the night and can be seen scurrying around the tank.
Adding Bumble Bee Snails to your reef tank can help to improve the biodiversity and ecological balance of your tank by controlling the growth of algae, maintaining water quality and keeping the substrate clean. They are a great addition for both beginners and experienced aquarists and are sure to add color, personality, and an important role in maintaining a clean and healthy environment to your reef tank. Get your hands on these unique and vibrant snails today and see the difference they can make in your tank!"
Please keep in mind that they are not recommended in tanks with predatory fish as they will eat them.
How many do you need?
The number of Bumble Bee Snails that should be added to a reef aquarium depends on the size of the tank and the number of inhabitants. A general rule of thumb is to have one snail per 5 to 10 gallons of water. However, this number may vary depending on the specific conditions and inhabitants of the tank.
It's always a good idea to monitor the behavior of the snails and the conditions of the tank after adding them, to make sure that the tank's inhabitants are compatible and the tank's conditions are suitable.