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    Need help with an id

    I just saw these a few min ago i think there snail eggs right?
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    Re: Need help with an id

    They look like my Nerite snail eggs. Do you have Nerites?
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    Re: Need help with an id

    Oh I get gobs of those, I figured they were snail eggs just didn't know what kind.

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    Re: Need help with an id

    Yep, Nerite's they are......i probably have 500 of those on my rocks but they don't ever seem to hatch!
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    Re: Need help with an id

    Do they move?? Not snail eggs if they do. Those look just like a variety of flatworms.


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    Re: Need help with an id

    Here's a website with more info........you are right they are probably snail eggs. I'll quit removing mine thinking they are a weird flatworm. Yeah... good thing to know! NeritidF


    Nothing Good ever happens fast in a reef....patience! ( I need to work on this one! ) .

    Having a saltwater tank without corals is like a flower garden with just sticks

    125 gal reef built in with sps, lps softies and a school of chromis, a yellow tang, a very personable lawn mower blenny and a very old perc.

    72 bowfront...new build...

    10 gal fish only (qt) with a mean tomato clown that eats fingers ( adopted out ) and an old sargent major
    10 gal nano with a pr of gold striped maroons that were exiled from the 125 for tearing up the landscaping and creating avalanches!
    300 gal inside Koi pond
    1500 plus gallon outside Koi pond.... I was born under the sign of Piscies... what can I say??!! Love those fishes!!

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    Re: Need help with an id

    Mine are usually on the glass and not always the easiest thing to remove.
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    Re: Need help with an id

    Yes i have nerite sails. Thanks everyone thats a big relief.
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