Bubble snail - Physekka Sp.

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Bubble snail (Physidae sp.)

Appearance of the bubble snail (Physidae sp.)

The bubble snail, known under the family Physidae, is a small and common freshwater snail. It is characterized by a thin, translucent and bubble-shaped shell, which typically has a left-turning spiral. Its color varies from almost transparent to various shades of brown and grey.

Keeping the bubble snail (Physidae sp.)

Physidae snails are known for their adaptability and low maintenance requirements. They thrive in a variety of freshwater environments and can tolerate fluctuations in water quality well. These snails are useful for the natural cleaning of the aquarium as they eat algae and organic waste.

Socialization of the bubble snail (Physidae sp.)

Bubble snails are peaceful and can easily coexist with a variety of fish species and other invertebrates. Their calm and non-aggressive nature makes them a good choice for community aquariums.

Diet of the bubble snail (Physidae sp.)

The diet of Physidae snails consists mainly of algae, dead plant matter and biofilm. They can also benefit from detritus and leftover fish food in the aquarium.

Tank design for the bladder snail (Physidae sp.)

An aquarium for Physidae snails should provide a variety of surfaces for algae growth and can be rich in plants. A near-natural tank with hiding places and sufficient food is ideal. Regular monitoring of the water quality helps to ensure a healthy living environment.

lat. Name: Physekka Sp.
German Name: Bladderpuff
Appearance: Golden/transparent body, dotted mantle tissue
Size: up to 1 cm
Age: unknown

very peaceful

can be socialized with peaceful fish, shrimps, crabs and other snails (if the water values match)

Reproduction: possible in fresh water
Diet: Growth or snail food
Difficulty Suitable for beginners and advanced keepers

Requirements & water values:

Min. aquarium requirements We recommend a tank of at least 10 L
Water temperature 4 - 30 °C
pH value < 8.5 mol/l
Carbonate hardness (KH) > 3 ° dGh
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