They will most certainly lay eggs on any dry surface above the water line that they can, you will be removing them frequently. I have several in a Fluval Spec V and there are new eggs under the top a couple times a week. They aren't very attractive either, kinda gross looking. And if you forget and let them hatch...you will have tons of mystery snails. If you don't mind constantly having to scrape eggs off, then go for it, otherwise stick to the nerites or other snails that don't proliferate like crazy.
All them little pandys
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