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The Tiger Sand Conch, Strombus sp., is an extremely capable scavenger that works hard to clean aquariums of algae and detritus. The Tiger Sand Conch will spend much of its time burrowed under a sandy substrate using its siphon to search for food - thus they should be kept in tanks with a think sand bed as well as plenty of live rock. Sometimes, hermit crabs can pose a threat to the Conch by trying to steal its shell - it can be wise, if desired to keep with hermits, to include some empty shells to reduce competition. The Tiger Sand Conch is a very peaceful species and will only ultimately be beneficial to your tank.
I have ordered two tiger sand conch from saltwaterfish and glad that they are alive, healthy and taking care of my cyano and hair algae problem.
Reviewed by: Vise Fi on
Nice looking snail. Beautiful coloration on shell. I've had him two weeks and have only seen him twice. So, I'm guessing he's doing what he's supposed to. Digging through the sand.
Reviewed by: Jerry Maki on
Tiger Sand Conch Do an amazing jog to keep my 300 gallon tank ! I bought 10 of them, very hardy and work very hard . My sandbed never looked better, though they don't clean rock or at least my don't yet ! I highly recommend them !
Reviewed by: Sye on
I ordered 4 of these guys they all arrived alive and healthy.
Reviewed by: Raymond Schrefel on
Hard worker and fun to watch!
Reviewed by: Jenner Phillips on
Conch arrived in great shape and now weeks later it has done an incredible job cleaning the sand clean.
Reviewed by: Lesley on