Pond Snails are essential pond wildlife for cleaning pond water, consuming nuisance algae and dead plant foliage. Aquatic snails breathe through their skin and gills, improving oxygen balance in pond water, and these underwater snail species won’t munch through your treasured pond plants. Ramshorn Snails are usually found at the sides of ponds whereas Japanese Trapdoor Snails tend to live on the pond floor, and have patterned, whorled shells and an operculum shell ‘door’ behind which they can protect themselves from dehydration and predators.
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