Planted Tank Enthusiast
Join Date: May 2007
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
I agree that they are some type of egg, but otos are very hard to breed, and I believe they stick their eggs to plants, and only breed in heavily planted tanks. Snail eggs, (snails in the aquarium trade anyway) always clump together. Some species are in the water, some are out of the water. These look like they are tossed in a pile, not exactly clumping together like a snail egg.
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