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Astrea Turbo Snail
SKU: Astrea Turbo Snail
Description: The Astrea snail is identified by the sharp conical shell with pronounced ridges circling the shell. The shell is normally a light tan in color unless covered with coralline algae. Astrea remain moderately small.

Nassarius Snail
SKU: Nassarius Snail
The Nassarius Snail is a little snail with a big appetite. This hungry critter glides through your aquarium foraging for food. The Nassarius Snail is an efficient scavenger and detritus eater and is the perfect member of your reef aquarium cleanup crew.
Price varies based on options.

Banded Trochus Tiger Turbo Snail; Fiji - Trochus sp.
Farm-raised Trochus Snails are a great addition to the cleaning stable. They move very slowly but leave nothing behind,

Mexican Turbo Snail
SKU: Mexican Turbo Snail
The Turbo Snail, also known as the Turban Snail, or Top Shell, is found in holes and crevices of the reef. It is shaped like a top, or turban, and has a thick shell with an irridescent interior. (Snails of the Turbo genus are also called Turban Snails.)

Olive Snails
SKU: olive snails
These snails are great to keep the bottom of your tank cleaned, they will eat up any waste. Olive snails have long, smooth shells that can vary in color from pale tan to darker brown. They usually stay buried in the substrate where they eat leftover food and detritus, helping to keep the substrate clean and stirred.
Cerith Snail (Cerithium sp.)
This is one of the best snails tested for Diatom algae! One of the most ideal scavengers, detritus eaters, and algae eaters these snails are perfect for the reef aquarium.
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Nerite Snail-Nerite sp.
They will eat unwanted nuisance algaes such as cyanobacteria (red slime) and other film algaes that may occur on the glass, rock or sand.
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Tonga Large Nassarius Snail
SKU: TNS-001
The Super Nassarius Snail from Tonga combines unique beauty with unparalleled scavenging abilities. Its oval, spiral shell is often said to resemble an olive pit, but it is much more ornate and elegant in its beauty.

Zebra Stripe Turbo Snail
SKU: Zebra Stripe Turbo Snail
The Zebra Striped Turbo Snail is a beautiful algae removing powerhouse. Like other members of the Turbinidae family, the Zebra Striped Turbo Snail has a voracious appetite for algae.

Bumble Bee Snail - Engina sp.
Bumble Bee snails are small stunning snails with a striped black and yellow pattern that resembles the pattern of a bumble bee hence the name.
Price varies based on options.

Tropical Turbo Snail - Turbo sp.
Tropical Turbo Snail - Turbo sp.

Black Margarita Snail
Black Margarita Snail

Fighting Conch (Strombus spp.)
The beneficial Fighting Conch is not as aggressive as its name implies. Though a male Fighting Conch can be territorial towards other males of its own kind, the Fighting Conch is peaceful towards other tankmates.

Black Snail
Two to four inches of open air space above the water line in the aquarium is required as these snails need open air to breath. Black Snails are very peaceful animals and should not be housed with any other animals that would like to make a meal of them.
Red Nerite Snail
Red Nerite Snail
Lightning Dove Snail
Lightning Dove Snail Pictocolumbella ocellata

Tiger Cowrie
SKU: Tiger Cowrie
Tiger cowries (Cypraea tigris) found in Hawaii are the largest in the world. Cowries, sometimes called "porcelain shells", all have a shiny shell, since a "mantle" covering the shell protects the animal from predators. Like all cowries, tiger cowries are herbivorous, grazing on small seaweeds or algae. Tiger cowries are used as octopus lures in Hawaii and among other Pacific islands.

Tiger Sand Conch Strombus sp.
Tiger Sand Conch Strombus sp.