White dots on the aquarium glass. They look like the white d...

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2 years ago #91
Aquanick
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Definitely freshwater limpets. If there aren't many, I suggest you get a spoon and start crushing.

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2 years ago #92
Earth Stallion
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Those are eggs possibly catfish eggs or any small plant laying fish eggs. it is possibly a large crustation egg such as shrimp or possibly snails but more than likely fish eggs.

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10 months ago #93
Colleen
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Do you have zerite snails?

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10 months ago #94
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Colleen, this thread was started nearly 8 years ago now.

Please check the date on the original post before replying as it is ressurecting a long dead thread.

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3 months ago #95
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Hydra

Hydra are pests that you don't want living in your tank. They're unfriendly little creatures, preying on tiny fish, fry and small shrimp. When viewed most angles outside your tank, hydras look like small white specks seemingly glued to the glass. But take a closer look. If the specks are indeed hydra, you'll notice they have an elongated body and long tentacles. Their tentacles often move with the current of your water. The best strategy for removing hydra is the same as preventing them: avoid overfeeding your fish. You may also want to look into adding a blue gourami—no more than one—to your tank, as they feast on hydr

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