I was doing a trimming recently on my wisteria plant and I cut a leaf off that I thought had algae on it. After pulling it out of the aquarium I noticed that it was clearly eggs of some kind. This particular leaf had a gelatin like substance that was thin and maybe 1/2 inch long and appeared to have eggs within the gelatin. Maybe a total of 15 eggs. They all had black dots in the middle. Unfortunately the mother in law is borrowing my camera so i don't have a picture and I assumed they were snail eggs so I tossed em. I have enough snails! After looking on the net a bit I don't think they were snails as they didn't look anything like pond snail eggs, and I read that MTS's put their eggs above water. Either way any idea what they were? Tank mates include otto's, amano shrimp, cherry shrimp, Flying fox's, Neon tetras, gold tetras, a lonely bulldog pleco, and one lonely zebra danio left from the startup. I heard neons breed readily but my PH is well above 7 which should not be conducive to them breeding. Any thoughts?