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    Hi,
    I have a 20 gallon tank with 12 shrimp (one of them is expecting any day now) and 3 tiny nerite snails. I've had this aquarium for almost 3 months now and today I noticed tiny white spots moving at the back of my aquarium. They's extremely tiny that I can't even zoom on them with my camera. I haven't made any additions to my aquarium in a month and the plants I have are all tropica 1-2 grow (so for sure nothing else came in with them). I do 10% water change twice a week, treat the water with conditioner, fertilizer and alg-exit. I also feed them JBL prawn pellets once a day.
    Does anybody know what the tiny moving white spots are and how to get rid of them?
    Thanks
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    Looks like limpets to me, but could be other things, see here:

    https://www.plantedtank.net/forums/8...nize-them.html
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