Whatever it may be, I will keep it, control it at first and keep it. I will try to share with you guys what it will be in a future post so we can relate the eggs with the being in matter...Which would be a good angle?
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Yes, there's a gel coverIs there a large gel covering over it? I think in some pictures it shows that, if so then it looks like snail eggs. I haven't seen fish eggs that are completely covered in gel over the entire batch like that.
Yes, these snails are big for the tank the eggs are in rn.Are you going to let them hatch in a separate tank?
I have shrimps, leopard snails, and a lot of microcrustaceans. Also, the betta is always scavaging for things but never eats the shrimps...however, attacks the snails and stares at them for minutes.I recently had one of those snails hitchhike on a plant I bought then a week later, I saw a bunch of those eggs in that slime which I removed. That didn’t stop more from developing. First, as small transparent dots on my glass, and then developing into adults. On an Aquarium Co-op video, Cory talks about snails. He’s of the opinion to leave them. Yes, their population will grow, but only to the extent that there’s enough for them to eat and survive. It you develop a serious population explosion, that’s a sign that either you need to do maintenance and gravel cleaning or are over feeding your fish. They are a good barometer of your tank’s health. Otherwise, they are helping clean up your tank. I’m keeping an eye on mine and so far, all seems well. Their presence keeps me on my toes!