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  1. #1

    Default Nerite snails laid eggs


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    Hi guys, long time no speak:)

    Anyways, I come to you today with a question about snail eggs. I am pretty sure they are snail eggs, they just look like little sesame seeds spread around the back of the tank. I actually scraped alot of them off thinking it was sand clumped up on the back(I was re-arranging rockscsape in the peacock breeding colony). I was a bit unsure that they were snail eggs at first, given that they were spread out a fair bit across the back glass of the tank.

    So the question is what are the chances of these snails hatching in a steady 8.3 pH with proper weekly maintenance and such? Substrate is cichlid buffer assisted by a reef buffer(8.3) with each water change. Heater 250 watts. Filtration is fluval c4 and AC70. 1 small powerhead for circulation towards the bottom of the tank. There are only 2 nerites currently in the 55 gallon tank along with 2 male peacocks(1 extremely dominant, other male might as well be a female) and 6 or 7 females.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerly View Post
    So the question is what are the chances of these snails hatching in a steady 8.3 pH with proper weekly maintenance and such?
    Exactly 0%. They need brackish [But that doesn't keep the eggs from coming].
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    Yeah upon further research that's the same info I had found:p Thanks for your help.
    Coastie-to-be... hopefully.

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