Although most of the common reef-safe snails we keep breed regularly, the survivability of the offspring is quite low. Most of the very tiny snails we see are actually their own species. What is the most likely is that the snails you are seeing is a species like Collonista amakusaensis, which never get any larger than the tip of a ball-point pen and actually reproduce very successfully in our tanks.
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