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Mystery Eggs in my 75 Gallon help?
Old 06-01-2012, 02:44 PM   #1
 
Mystery Eggs in my 75 Gallon help?

So today I was putting a new plant into my 75 gallon and found these stuck to the top rim going down like a cone(and above the water line). Some people think they may be Snail eggs? I have two large Mystery Snails in my tank. I'd like a proper ID so I know if I should relocate the eggs to my five gallon or if they are bug eggs that should be thrown away.




If these are snail eggs I took them out and put them in a wet paper tower...can I just submerge them in a smaller tank to keep an eye on em?

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Old 06-01-2012, 02:49 PM   #2
 
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The eggs were found above the water line.

I don't think you mentioned that. But yeah I think its Mystery Snails Eggs, although these are darker AND they are HUGE!
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