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[Killietalk] re: MTS and flubendazole
Mine are definitely dead, not one sighting in 3 months. I've questioned this before but never found a sure answer, are there multiple types of snails that look like MTS? The one I put in was about 3/4" long and brown, the young are mostly white and sometimes tan and occasionally a larger brown one was found but usually under the sand. I theorized the browns were the females and would stay buried to avoid predators and reproduce? Were your MTS that survived large ones or small ones? Mine were mostly all 1/8" or shorter with occasional larger ones found buried like I said. Kyle
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