Fighting Conch, Aquacultured

Fighting Conch, Aquacultured
Latin name:
(Strombus alatus)

Care Level







Detritus, Omnivore

Preferred Conditions

72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025

Avg. Max Size

Minimum Tank Size


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The Fighting Conch is a highly resilient member of the Strombidae family. Their sand sifting capabilities make them a valuable asset to the reef aquarium ecosystem; they aerate the substrate as they burrow and dig, effectively cleaning the bottom of the tank. Additionally, they can reach depths of up to 3 feet and can tolerate a variety of salinity levels, meaning they can be kept in almost any type of marine environment. With proper care, the Fighting Conch is a great addition to any reef aquarium. Furthermore, their bright colors and unique shells make them a visually appealing addition.

Fighting Conches are an excellent choice for a reef aquarium, as they are relatively easy to care for, and add a unique element of interest to the tank. With the right environment and care, Fighting Conches can live up to 10 years in captivity. They are also a great source of algae control, as they will consume a variety of algal films, diatoms, and cyanobacteria. Additionally, they are a peaceful species that can be safely housed with other invertebrates and corals.

The Fighting Conch will consume fresh fish and seaweed, as well as high quality frozen foods, to supplement what it will feed on from the bottom of the tank. These items should be supplied to the tank on a regular basis to keep the fish and Conch healthy and content.