Cerith Snail's small adult size fool you. As
well as having a gorgeous, elongated spiral shell, this active scavenger can
consume large amounts of detritus, uneaten food, fish waste, and algae. Plus,
this species of the Cerithium genus often burrows in your aquarium sand and
helps maintain adequate oxygen levels in the substrate. Native to the Caribbean
and Eastern Pacific off the coast of Mexico, the Cerith Snail does best in
larger, well-established reef systems with deep sand beds. This voracious
feeder is most active at night. In fact, breeding pairs of Cerith Snails will
lay their eggs on your aquarium glass just after dark in long, stringy curves.
However, since these eggs take a while to develop, they are often consumed by
other tankmates or removed from the water column by filtration before the eggs
have a chance to hatch. Many are also covered in coraline algae adding color to
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