Cerith Snail

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Cerith Snail

Cerith Snail

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Cerith Snail

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The Cerith Snail is a small saltwater invert with green, black and white colorations. Its scavenging, algae eating and cleaning make it a perfect addition for the reef aquarium. The Cerith Snail also burrows in the sand which aids in aeration.

  • For feeding instructions, please click on the "directions" section.
  • Approximate selling size: 0.5-1"
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  • Excellent scavenger and algae eater
  • Occasionally burrows into sand beds
  • Drip acclimation is highly recommended
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  • SKU1033743
  • Days to ShipUsually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day
  • Primary BrandPetco Marine Inverts

This is small with green, black and white colorations. Its voracious scavenging, algae eating and cleaning make it a perfect addition for the reef aquarium. TheCerith Snail also burrows in the sand which aids in aeration. As with all inverts, this species is extremely sensitive to high levels of nitrate, and copper. Drip acclimation is highly recommended.