Yep probably. It sounds like them (they look like small grains of rice, right)? I find them on my plant stems and on the glass too. They can't hatch in freshwater so no worries there.
Oh no! I'm gonna scrape them off then I don't want it to become problematic or have more of the eggs then algae. Time to do some egg hunting!Yup, those are the eggs. I had 3 nerites in my 75g for 5 years and they littered the tank with those white dots. They don't go away and, as you noticed, they don't scrape off easily. I finally let the nerites go. I ended up with more egg spots than algae!
Yup. That's what mine did. Five long years worth of white dot after white dot after white dot... all on a tank with black substrate, a black background, and black pipes. Ugh!My nerite eggs just sat there, and I still have them on the wood two years later. They are tough!
Are you gonna trow the eggs in the canal? Or bring canal water home and put the eggs in that?
Cause the first one is extremely irresponsible but the second one sounds interesting.
Nerite eggs disappear withing 2 months of being laid in my tanks.