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I have some unusual eggs that have appeared in my new 55 gallon planted tank.
These eggs are about 3 to 4 times the size of an osmocote pellet. They are
single eggs and evenly dispersed around the tank. They are clear on the outside
with a flesh colored embryo inside. The inhabitants of the tank are as follows.
1 Farlowella (acus or gracilis)
3 Black Mollies (live bearers so they are ruled out)
6 Siamese algea eaters
8 Otto's ( two different species very distinct from one another)
3 Corey cat's
1 Chinese algae eater
8 ghost shrimp
12 MTS (maybe these are from them?)
None of the inhabitants are protecting or caring for these eggs. The MTS are
not eating them so they are my first guess as to being the parents. I thought
most snails lay eggs in clutches but I'm not sure. Anyone have any ideas?