Mexican Turbo Snails

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    Wow I just put these 2 guys in like 10 minutes ago and already they are doing a great job clearing off the glass. If you have algae on the glass these guys are winners!
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    The mexican turbos take the jobs that the other inverts don't want!.........**** i'm a racist dick, haha.

    Nice to see their doing their thing!
     
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    LOL its so true though they rock I love them already!
     
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    The only thing I ever added to my last tank was emerald crabs. No snails, nothing. I need to start out with some of those turbos and other various snails when I start up again.

    Glad to see you're happpy with them :)
     
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    Congrats on the new additions...
     
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    PRC Stop Quoting Me!

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    Yeah, Turbos are great snails...just make sure you've got all of your corals glued down....they're like bulls in a china shop.
     
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    Hahaha i laughed so hard at this, then i felt kinda bad.................. and laughed some more!!! Hahahaha :toothy12::toothy12::toothy12::toothy12::toothy12::toothy12:
     
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    I just had to say it :p
     
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    Do Mexican Turbos eat hair algae (in the hair algaes early stages)?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Yes, they are usually great at taking care of hair algae.
     
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    Just don't put them in your actual hair:mrgreen:
     
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