also a freshwater clown loach eats snails.

Does anybody know of any freshwater fish that likes to eat snail eggs and at the ..
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Mystery Snail tank mates include shy, peaceful non-aggressive freshwater community tank fish. Mystery Snail tank mates can include like: , , , , and . Other tank mates can include other like: , , , and , for example. As for fish, regular calm community tank fish can be good choices as are bottom feeders and algae eaters such as and .
Many freshwater snails act as scavengers. In aquariums, this trait can prove useful. Most freshwater snails will eat extra fish food, as well as dead and dying fish.
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Algae eaters are a great addition in a freshwater tank to help control and reduce unsightly and potentially damaging algae prorogation. They come in a variety of species, including shrimps, snails and algae-consuming fish. Certain algae-eaters prefer certain types of algae, so with a mix of species you can ensure that all or most of the algae presence can be controlled. In my freshwater tank, too small for any of the snail eating fish species, snail eating snails (Anentome helena) did a perfect job
Photo provided by FlickrMar 11, 2016 - However, snails are great for feeding snail eating fish: loaches, freshwater puffers, betas, and gouramis
Photo provided by FlickrYour local pet store should carry several ordinary varieties of freshwater fish that are happy to make meals out of small snails and eggs. Clown loaches, friendly striped fish, fit in well with other peaceful fish and reduce snail infestations. Betta fish eat small snails or eggs, but only one male can inhabit a tank.
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While you often hear hobbyists saying they can't get rid of all the snails in their tank, having snails in your freshwater aquarium as a rule is actually quite beneficial. Most snails act as a "clean up crew" in the aquarium, eating excess food, decaying plant or fish matter, and moving gravel on the tank bottom. The problem with snails in an aquarium is that they reproduce very quickly, and can marr your beautiful tank by being stuck all over the glass and decorations. The real challenge is keeping the snail population in check.A few freshwater snails will even eat live prey. The assassin snail (Clea Helena) is probably the best known example for aquarium hobbyists. You can actually use assassin snails to control and possibly eradicate other species of snails. These snails will rapidly decimate other species. Once they eat all of the other snails, they act as scavengers and usually breed too slowly to become a pest in their own right. They may eat small decorative shrimp, but usually can't harm fish or plants -- unlike a few saltwater snails that actually capture fish.Many freshwater snails act as scavengers. In aquariums, this trait can prove useful. Most freshwater snails will eat extra fish food, as well as dead and dying fish. Such snails can help keep a tank clean. However, if there is excessive food in the tank, you could see a population explosion among your snails, which detracts from the look of the tank and triggers more serious problems with your water chemistry.Gold Inca Snails: A popular type of freshwater snails in pet store display tanks are . Gold Inca Snails can be good tank cleaners. Their bright yellow shells can add an accent color to a tank especially against green plants or a black background. Gold Inca Snails can be ferocious eaters. They are always on the prowl for a bite to eat and are very interested in soft algae buildup on hard surfaces. These freshwater snails also like supplements of bottom feeder tablets, pellets, fish flakes and algae wafers, as well as some types of blanched green vegetables. Some Gold Inca Snails may also be interested in eating live aquarium plants much to the chagrin of hobbyists.