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Mystery spots on wood

Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by faun, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. faun

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    :help: I found these little white spots on my driftwood does anyone have any ideas as to what it is? I have six adult guppies and four guppy fry and a nerite snail so don't think it can be eggs or can it? Help please.
     

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    Probably nerite eggs. From what I've read, they need at least brackish to hatch so you won't be getting more snails.
     

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