What Way Will Work Best For You?
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Depending on your aquarium set up, living environment, and supplies; not every method will work the same for each person. Some methods will have a high success rate, and some will not work at all.
This works best with a tank that stays humid, nice secured lid to keep the tanks moisture in so the clutch does not dry out. Risk is the clutch falling into the water due to too much moisture or another snail knocking it in.
Usually made from tulle or netting. It can be placed around the tank like a hand band or attached to the inside of the tank using suction cups and rubber bands.
Can be made out of plastic containers such as reusable sandwich containers or even a betta containers from the pet store. Just poke some holes in the lid for airflow. Places some damp paper towels in the bottom and place the clutch on the paper towel. Then place a dry paper towel on the top on the clutches and float the incubator in your tank. Check on it daily to make sure the paper towel is still damp and that none of the clutches have hatched.
Stand Alone Incubator
Using 2 soup style Tupperware, hot glue the 2 lids together. Using a heated nail poke holes in the lids. Fill the bottom container with tank water. Place a wet paper towel on the holes and place the clutch on the paper towel. Leave some hole exposed on the sides for circulation. Open every few days.
Simple place a piece of Styrofoam in your tank and place the clutch on the Styrofoam. You have to insure the Styrofoam is blocked from going near or under the filter.
Using a gallon size Zip-lock bag, place a wet but not damp paper towel on the bottom. Then place the clutch on top of the paper towel and close the bag, Check on them daily to allow fresh air to enter.