White Brotia herculea Snails are among the hardiest freshwater snails, and are less sensitive to water conditions than most other snails.
The White Hercules Snails are stunning and relatively rare in the aquarium hobby. These snails are quite hardy and are less sensitive to water conditions than other snails. This species is excellent if you require a giant show stopper of a snail in your aquarium.
The White Hercules Snail is not aggressive and can be housed with most fish and invertebrates. However, these snails are not the most excellent algae eaters, and if you underfeed it, you may find that they will start to eat your plants.
Another benefit of these snails is that they only breed two or three times a year so you will not have to worry about your tank getting overpopulated.
The White Hercules Snail has an off-white, creamy colour, elongated and spiral-shaped thick shell that tapers towards a point at the end, making the exterior resemble a unicorn horn. It is often a little bit darker towards the end of the spike and has fine lines and eight whorls with the last whorl being expanded.