Most of these snails are of the family Planorbidae, and they include the species Planorbarius corneus. There are two different coloured skin forms: black and red; the latter lack the dark skin pigment melanin and consequently have a bright reddish skin, which is the colour of their blood. Their blood contains red hemoglobin,unlike other snails’ blood, which contains greenish hemocyanin.
There are two common skin colourations: black and red. The red colouration is the colour of their blood (containing hemoglobin), unlike other snails with green blood (due to hemocyanin). An absence of melanin reveals the red colour. Rare varieties have been selectively bred in pale pink and blue. These traits are recessive and if crossbred the resultant offspring are likely to be wild type (brown)
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