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Snail Eggs


Jelly bead with yellowish dots. From my fish tank

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Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 9 years ago

I moved this to "other" because it is not a fish, and if snail eggs, that's where it belongs :-)

Midori 9 years ago

Just found out they are snail eggs. Thanks anyways! (:

Liam 9 years ago

At any rate, doesn't look like a fish. Algae is the best I can come up with. I'm sure you can get an answer on Yahoo! Answers:;_ylt=...

Midori 9 years ago

Indoor. I have community fish and pond snails in it

Liam 9 years ago

Okay, I see it now. Is this an indoor or outdoor aquarium? It could be algae.

Muckpuk 9 years ago

me neither and I am fascinated!

Midori 9 years ago

Sorry. There's a round jelly like substance in my fish breeder. It's right in the middle of the picture. It has yellow/white dots inside

Liam 9 years ago

Hi, can you explain what this is? I can't seem to make anything out of it.

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San Antonio, Texas, USA

Spotted on Dec 7, 2012
Submitted on Dec 8, 2012

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