The offspring require a host of various conditions to survive to adulthood where they resemble snails.
You can google them, but I'm under the impression most Nerites are not captive bred because they have a larval type stage after hatching where they feed on microscopic algae as they freely float around. I could be wrong but that's how I remember it. Highly likely you'll get eggs, but I don't think I've ever heard of captive breeding with any real success. Sorry to be a bearer of disappointment.
Christian, husband, brother, friend, hobbyist.