Reviews on Conchs

Crown Conch

Crown Conch

Conchs belong to a Class known as Gastropods, which make up the largest class of Mollusks. Conchs grow by increasing their swirling body while producing a protective shell. This shell protects their soft body from predators. They use a pad, or foot, that extends from their shell which allows them…

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Eastern Conch

Eastern Conch

Conchs belong to a Class known as Gastropods, which make up the largest class of Mollusks. Conchs grow by increasing their swirling body while producing a protective shell. This shell protects their soft body from predators. They use a pad, or foot, that extends from their shell which allows them…

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Fighting Conch - Aquacultured

Fighting Conch - Aquacultured

Aquacultured in Florida, these Conchs make great additions to any tank. They eat brown diatoms (algae) that grow on live sand beds. Fighting Conchs will bury themselves in the sand bed and clean the upper layers. At this size Saltwaterfish.com recommends 1 Fighting Conch per 30 gallons.Conchs belong to a…

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Fighting Conch - Wild

Fighting Conch - Wild

The Florida Fighting Conch makes a great addition to larger tanks. They eat brown diatoms (algae) that grow on live sand beds. Fighting Conchs will bury themselves in the sand bed and clean the upper layers. These Jumbo Conchs should not be placed in an aquarium less than 100 gallons.Conchs…

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Horse Conch

Horse Conch

Conchs belong to a Class known as Gastropods, which make up the largest class of Mollusks. Conchs grow by increasing their swirling body while producing a protective shell. This shell protects their soft body from predators. They use a pad, or foot, that extends from their shell which allows them…

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Little Bear Conch

Little Bear Conch

Conchs belong to a Class known as Gastropods, which make up the largest class of Mollusks. Conchs grow by increasing their swirling body while producing a protective shell. This shell protects their soft body from predators. They use a pad, or foot, that extends from their shell which allows them…

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Queen Conch - Aquacultured

Queen Conch - Aquacultured

Aquacultured in Florida, these Conchs make great additions to any tank. They eat algae that grows on live rock and aquarium glass. Queen Conchs are similar in behavior to that of Turbo Snails, but will also eat detritus from live sand beds. At this size Saltwaterfish.com recommends 1 Queen Conch…

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