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There are a number of snails that look like Pomacea bridgesii. The only way to tell them apart is to closely examine their mouth parts, or maybe their genitalia.

Perhaps ask the fish store person how he knows they are P. bridgesii.

Most of the genus are enthusiastic plant eaters. The last ones I bought were. <g>

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