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Red Foot Moon Snail WYSIWYG

Product Description

Red Foot Moon Snails originate from the coastal waters on the pacific coast of Mexico. . While this species does have some specific water temperature requirements, it is an excellent tank cleaner that will readily consume most any type of marine algae and is reef safe. They are also called Mexican Red Foot or Norrisa Top Shell, and are reported to consume green hair algae and cyano bacteria. Why don't we all have these?

Size: 1/2-1.5" Maximum Size: 2”

Care Level: Easy

Temperament : Peaceful 

Feeding: Herbivore

Minimum Tank Size: 10g

Reef Compatible: Yes 

Scientific Name:  Norrisia norrisii

Water Conditions: 70-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.020-1.025

The Sanil pictured here is what you see is what you get and the livestock you receive is exact in the pattern, coloration, and shape.

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