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    "PM Boots For Custom Title" Albert Clark's Avatar
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    Re: Bioactive enclosure

    Are slugs part of that mini Eco system? And what is their function besides being a potential prey item in the system?
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    Re: Bioactive enclosure

    Most people don't tend to use slugs as in addition to eating detritus, most species like live plants too. Obviously they aren't going to last long enough to reproduce in a garter tank anywho lol.

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    Re: Bioactive enclosure

    That's if your garters will eat them. I've had some T. radix that love them and others that refuse to eat them.

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    Re: Bioactive enclosure

    Interesting. Well then ya besides the eating plants part common garden slugs are great for keeping things clean (even though you would think the opposite with how slimy they are).

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