Well, I just don't know if this is in the right section: are snails amphibians? T, feel free to move this topic if necessary... :idiot:
Anyway, what is your opinion on snails in the pond? I was thinking about getting some trapdoor snails, as from what I understand they will winter over and not reproduce very much. Just thought they would be fun for the kids.
BTW, I see C posted about getting snails from natural sources already. I was more interested in what you ponders thought of the trapdoor variety...
All my snails were hitchhikers, apples I believe, and I don't really have and opinion on them. I do know the fish must take there toll on them cause they mainly live in the filters. Don would probably know more!
|are snails amphibians? |
Snails are mollusks. Not even in the same phylum. Amphibians are vertebrates, mollusks invertebrates. Mollusks include octopus, squid, clams, snails, slugs, etc. Amphibians are frogs, toads, salamanders, etc. that go to the water to reproduce but have the ability to leave the water as adults.