Baited trap for the simple capture and removal of aquarium snails
Adjust gate spacing to trap nuisance aquarium snails of a specific size
Keep aquarium snail population in check without harsh chemical additives
Manage snail populations in your aquarium without harmful chemicals. The safe and simple-to-use Sera Snail Collect relies on a basic "bait and trap" principle to capture freshwater aquarium snails. Snails are secured within the trap once they enter the one-way curtain. Spacing between the exterior set of bars can be adjusted according to the particular size of snail you wish to capture. Includes two Sera O-nip Tablets for use as bait. Plastic construction. Light assembly required. The Sera Snail Collect measures 5" x 2-1/2" x 1" high.
How to use Sera Snail Collect
Insert O-nip tablet into bait holder and then insert bait holder into opening.
Place swinging, one-way curtain on each side of the trap.
Insert removable bar and twist 90 degrees to lock in place. Note: Adjust bar spacing according to the size of the snail you wish to capture.
Gently place Sera Snail Collect on the bottom of your aquarium. Tip: Tilt vertically as you insert Sera Snail Collect into aquarium water to expel air bubble. If necessary place a rock or other heavy item to secure trap in place.
For best results, use at night when aquarium snails are most active.
Snails are attractive aquarium inhabitants, provided their number within the biotope is in order. In the event of an over-population, they can quickly become a pest. Sera Snail Collect is a new snail trap that limits the multiplication of freshwater aquarium snails without any chemical agents! A second, immovable grid consisting of separate bars can be placed in front of the first one. The distance between the bars can be adjusted individually. Accordingly, the Sera Snail Collect can be adjusted to the size of the animals to be caught and prevent aquarium fish from entering. The Sera Snail Collect combines simplest usage with maximum safety!
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