Cerith Snails, Cortez or Cerith Snail Caribbean

Cerithium sp.


(55 Reviews)

Cerith Snails, Cortez or Cerith Snail Caribbean

Cerith Snails, Cortez or Cerith Snail Caribbean

Cerithium sp.


(55 Reviews)

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Cerith Snails, Cortez or Cerith Snail Caribbean Care Facts

Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Herbivore
Origin: Western Atlantic
Minimum Tank Size: 5 Gallons
Acclimation Time: 2+ hours
Reef Safe: Yes
Coral Safe: Yes
Invertebrate Safe: Yes
Lighting: ~
Placement: ~
Waterflow: ~
You can receive one of these species of Cerith Snails, Cortez or Cerith Snail Caribbean. These snails are a wonderful scavenger snail that will devour diatoms and algae in the home aquarium. They are best kept in tanks with plenty of live rock, a thick sand bed, and plenty of algae. As nocturnal feeders, the Cerith or Cortez Snail are one of the most popular snails for their algae-eating and sand-sifting ability. These snails are very hady and require almost no care and provide a nice benefit to any aquarium tank making them a no-risk addition. 


Reviewed by: Debbie Yasenka on May 27, 2024


Reviewed by: Craig Hutton on May 19, 2024


Reviewed by: Lynn Adams on May 6, 2024


Reviewed by: Tiffany Nel on May 6, 2024


Reviewed by: Joseph Fortini on May 6, 2024


Reviewed by: Anthony Avitable on April 30, 2024

Great algae eaters!


Reviewed by: Ramon Otero on April 11, 2024


Reviewed by: Cameron Walker on April 1, 2024


Reviewed by: Ryan Mccormack on March 25, 2024


Reviewed by: Scott Presley on March 25, 2024


Reviewed by: Jason Jones on March 18, 2024


Reviewed by: Anthony Scott on March 17, 2024


Reviewed by: Chris Lambert on March 15, 2024


Reviewed by: Dwight Calvin on March 12, 2024

Great


Reviewed by: Peter Speckman on March 11, 2024


Reviewed by: Bryan Kaufman on March 10, 2024


Reviewed by: Jeffery Mona on March 3, 2024

Nice group to keep your tank clean


Reviewed by: Jim Hauck on Feb. 28, 2024


Reviewed by: Byron Deroos on Feb. 26, 2024


Reviewed by: Jeffery Mona on Feb. 25, 2024


Reviewed by: Brianne Goodon on Feb. 21, 2024


Reviewed by: Keith Blair on Feb. 11, 2024


Reviewed by: Joshua Hoke on Feb. 11, 2024

Same as above


Reviewed by: Sherry Cash on Feb. 5, 2024


Reviewed by: Tom Jalowiec on Jan. 30, 2024


Reviewed by: Daniel Solis on Jan. 30, 2024


Reviewed by: Meghan Devine on Jan. 24, 2024


Reviewed by: Michele Imhoff on Jan. 23, 2024


Reviewed by: David Lange on Jan. 17, 2024


Reviewed by: Richard Kenney on Jan. 17, 2024


Reviewed by: Christopher Farah on Jan. 2, 2024

I am glad to have them. Our dealer has done a poor job. of replenishing our tank. You were my last hope to curb the algae.


Reviewed by: James Francisco on Jan. 2, 2024


Reviewed by: Keith Loepker on Jan. 2, 2024

All good


Reviewed by: Mike Perdue on Dec. 30, 2023


Reviewed by: Joseph Freshley on Dec. 28, 2023


Reviewed by: Jeremy Guthrie on Dec. 27, 2023


Reviewed by: Chris Herm on Dec. 26, 2023


Reviewed by: Douglas Chadwick on Dec. 24, 2023

Took a little bit to acclimate, but overall it worked out


Reviewed by: Paul Pronsati on Dec. 24, 2023


Reviewed by: Owen Neal on Dec. 18, 2023


Reviewed by: Erin Holmes on Dec. 17, 2023

Small animals


Reviewed by: Greg Palandech on Dec. 13, 2023


Reviewed by: James Miller on Dec. 11, 2023


Reviewed by: Edward A Wilburn on Dec. 10, 2023


Reviewed by: Chris Anderson on Dec. 8, 2023


Reviewed by: Julio Jay on Dec. 4, 2023


Reviewed by: Joseph Fortini on Nov. 26, 2023


Reviewed by: Michael Pangburn on Nov. 22, 2023


Reviewed by: Oliver Oxenham on Nov. 19, 2023

Two thumbs up!


Reviewed by: Mark Ernstrom on Nov. 19, 2023


Reviewed by: John "Eric" Gruben on Nov. 7, 2023


Reviewed by: Karen Ritchie on Oct. 8, 2023


Reviewed by: Robert Gwizdalski on Oct. 2, 2023


Reviewed by: Kyle Kolaja on Sept. 19, 2023


Reviewed by: Donald Didonato on Aug. 30, 2023

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