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Postby Stijn on Tue Mar 26, 2002 4:03 pm

I've ordered some more Asolene shells. Once I have those, I will add some more on different Asolene species (A. platae etc.).
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Postby TheHerper on Sun May 19, 2002 9:25 pm

You order shells? Where do you do that? Do you have any Asolene alive?
What is the rareist snail you've had or that you have now?
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Postby Stijn on Mon May 20, 2002 12:01 am

Rarest snail?
Hmm... let's thinks.
Maybe my Asolene megastoma snail is quite rare. Or perhaps those unidentified Asolene snails I have here. They are small (1.5 to 2 cm), but are definately asolene apple snails. They could well be a non-described species.

And yes, I do have live Asolene spixi snails. They are really nice and easy snails. I do have many babies at the moment....

But I feel that a question is in the air: How did I get these snails?
Well, once in a while, people send me living snail species. That's the advantage I have at the moment due to the success of this website.

Can one buy these snails?
I corresponding with some people in Uruguay, who breed several unusual species. I think they are planning to sell these. I'll keep you all informed.

Shells?
These are more easily to order on-line. Just check for shell sellers, and look for Ampullariidae shells.
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Postby TheHerper on Mon May 20, 2002 3:55 am

I wish some one around here sold snails...

All I can get are bridgesi(i?) and the rare P. cana....

I would love to have a bunch of different species... I wouldnt want to ship (pay for it either :grin: ) snails half way around the world...
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